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How to fix the high temperature problem in Windows 11 computers
One of the concerns for many users of computers running Windows 11 is the high temperature. This is because high temperature can negatively affect the device's performance and may lead to damage to internal parts in some cases.If you notice that your Windows 11 computer is constantly heating up, you can follow the following methods to fix this issue.

How to fix the high temperature problem in Windows 11 computers 

1. Updating Windows 11:

If you've noticed that the latest Windows update has caused your computer to overheat, check for the availability of a new update and install it. The new update may include fixes for issues that users encountered in the previous update, such as the problem of high temperature.

To update your Windows 11 operating system, follow these steps:
  1. Click on my buttons (Win and I) to open Settings.
  2. Open the Windows Update tab located on the right-hand side.
  3. Click on the "Check for updates" option and download any available updates.
  4. Restart your computer and check if the issue of high temperature has been resolved or not.

2.Remove a Bad Windows Update:

In case your system is experiencing overheating problems following a recent Windows update, consider uninstalling the update as a potential solution. To do this, navigate to the Windows update history section in the Settings app and locate an update that corresponds to the period when your Windows 11 device began to overheat. If you identify a relevant update, try removing it and see if the issue is resolved.

2. Remove a Bad Windows Update
To manually uninstall Windows 11 updates, you can use either the Settings or Control Panel options. After completing the uninstallation process, check if the CPU temperature returns to the recommended range.

3. Checking application activity in the background:

Often, applications running in the background and using a high amount of processor power are responsible for the increased temperature in a computer. Even if an application uses only 5 or 6% of the processor's power, it can still cause the computer to overheat.
To check the activity of applications running in the background, you can use the built-in Task Manager tool in Windows by following these steps:
. Checking application activity in the background:
  1. Right-click on the Start menu icon and select Task Manager.
  2. In the Task Manager window, open the Processes tab.
  3. Click on the top of the column that displays data related to the Central Processing Unit (CPU) to sort the list of applications by their processor usage percentage.
  4. Check for applications running in the background and using a high percentage of processor power.
  5. Close those applications and then check for a decrease in the computer's temperature.

4.Enabling Balanced Power Plan:

In the Windows 11 operating system, you can activate one of the multiple power plans to control performance speed. By default, Windows 11 uses the Balanced power plan for balanced performance and good battery life. However, if you adjust the computer to use the High-Performance power plan, it may cause the temperature to rise.
Therefore, it is recommended to keep the Balanced power plan enabled to prevent the computer from overheating, and you can ensure its activation by following these steps:
  1. Click on the built-in search icon in the Windows 11 taskbar.
  2. Type: Control Panel in the search bar.
  3. Open the Control Panel application, then click on the Power Options option.
  4. Activate the Balanced (Recommended) option.
Enabling Balanced Power Plan

5. Adjust Performance Options:

If your computer's temperature rises during intensive use, such as playing video games, you can adjust the Performance Options in Windows 11 to "Best Performance" for the best performance while reducing visual effects. You can do this by following these steps:
  1. Click the Win key and type "Adjust performance."
  2. Click on "Adjust the appearance and performance" option that appears in the search results.
  3. Activate the "Adjust the appearance and performance" option.
  4. Click "Apply," then "OK" to save the changes.
5. Adjust Performance Options:

6.Clean your computer regularly:

Check the holes in your computer and clean them if you find a lot of dust piling up on top of them, and when working in your computer, place it on a hard surface that allows hot air to escape from the openings, to prevent the computer from overheating.

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