Overheating Surface Pro 4 Windows 10

I have overheating issues with my Surface Pro 4 and this site recommends turning off Windows Installer Module and Windows Installer Module Worker to cool down a Surface Pro 3.  However, I don't see those items in my task manager.  The original article is here.


How can I cool down my Surface Pro 4?

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Is your device up to date?
Go to Settings> Update & security> Windows Update to check for updates. I recommend you use wifi to do this.

They have released a update to address the issue.
Brandon LyonSenior Frontend DeveloperCommented:
The Surface Pro has a wide range of processors, each of which outputs different amounts of heat. Which processor is yours? Is it an i7?
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