Windows modules installer is a system process, part of the windows updates. It is a process that runs in the system automatically and installs the updates in the background. And if you add or remove windows features manually, the windows modules installer worker process will also need to do some work.

You can find the tiworker.exe process in the Task Manager processes tab. But sometimes, the windows modules installer worker uses a lot of system resources while updating the system. If that is disturbing in the system, then you can disable it from automatically updating the system.

Windows Modules Installer Worker Disable

You have to take certain steps to disable Windows Modules Installer Worker in the system.

  • Open Task Manager, go to the processes tab, search for tiworker.exe process, right-click on it, and then Choose End Task option.
  • If you want to disable it permanently, then you need to follow different steps.
  • Open Task Manager, go to Services tab, now click on the Open Services button from the bottom of the page.
  • Now, find the tiworker.exe from the list and right-click on it, and select Properties.
  • Now, navigate to the General section and then choose Startup Type to Automatic and click on the OK button.

So, this way, you can enable or disable the tiworker.exe process in the system.

Few questions asked by Windows users-

  • Can I stop the Windows module installer?
  • How do I fix windows modules installer workers?
  • What is Windows modules installer worker high disk?
  • Can I end the windows modules installer worker?
  • What is the Windows modules installer worker process?
  • How do I fix high CPU usage?
  • What is the Windows module installer worker?
  • Why does Windows Installer keep running?
  • How do I disable the Windows module installer?