Part 1: About svchost.exe
1. What is Svchost.exe
The process of svchost.exe is organized by the logical groups. These groups are classified as the system, local services and network services, all of which are compiled as .dll. Since it is service, it still runs in the background and waits for making response even though no user logs in the account or uses the system.
2. Reason of Error “Svchost.exe Service Host: Local System (Network Restricted)”
The error often appears in Windows 8 and Windows 10. If the svchost.exe service host: local system (network restricted) error leads your computer to become stuck or even corrupted, you can refer to the below methods to fix.
Part 2: Check Computer and Identify svchost.exe Processes prior to Fixing
First, you should check whether the svchost.exe is attacked by virus. In some cases, the virus-carried programs will sustain the hidden status in the name of svchost. If the file is stored in the Windows/system 32 folder, it is basically not a virus. But it is suggested that you scan the computer with the anti-virus software.
2. Open Task Manager
For Windows 8/10 users, it is outdated to use the command lines or Process Explorer to check. Next, we will introduce the quick method:
① Press [Ctrl + Shift + ESC] to open Task Manager. In the tab [Processes], scroll down to find [Windows processes].
Part 3: Fix the Error “Svchost.exe Service Host: Local System (Network Restricted)”
Method 1: Close Superfetch Service
Method 2: Enable SFC and DISM Scans
Run Command Prompt as administrator again, but type the following command and press Enter: [DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth]. After a few minutes, if the issue has not be solved, you should proceed with the third method.
Method 3: Run Windows Update Troubleshooter
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