After Window 10 Upgrade ePowerEvent.exe commit charge grows constantly

David143David143 Member Posts: 13

Tinkerer

After Window 10 Upgrade ePowerEvent.exe commit charge grows constantly

 

Looking at Task Manager, Details

 

the ePowerEvent.exe commit charge gradually grows to hundreds of megabytes (400+ MB at my last reboot) and appears to keep growing "forever."

 

Does anyone else see that?

 

Version is: 7.0.8109.1

 

Date Modified: 02/15/2016

 

If it's happening to all of us perhaps we can ask to have this memory leak resolved.

 

 

FAQ & Answers

  • David143David143 Member Posts: 13

    Tinkerer

    This is still happening. Here is my current ePowerEvent.exe commit charge: 410,764k

     

    What does ePowerEvent.exe do? If I disable or delete it, what functionality will I lose?

     

    What is the proper way to restart ePowerEvent.exe

     

    Is no one else on Windows 10 seeing this process commit charge grow forever?

     

    Thanks

     

  • IronFlyIronFly ACE Posts: 18,413 Trailblazer

    laptop model?

    I'm not an Acer employee.
  • David143David143 Member Posts: 13

    Tinkerer

    Acer ES1-512

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