Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry is an important technical data from Windows devices, which indicates how the device is performing. It also includes all the information about the device and related software. It uses a lot of disk processing sources that may lead to Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry High Disk Usage.
Some of the common fixes include:
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
Solution 1. Disable Privacy Options
“Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry High Disk Usage” in Windows 10 is a problem that is due to the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry services, which uses too much of your hard disk drive read and write performance. The error will slow your Windows from loading.
To fix it, you can disable the services on the registry, which is risky or try to disable all options on Windows Privacy Options, which may fix the problem easily. To disable all options on Windows Privacy Options, please see instructions below or watch it here on Youtube.
Solution 2. Disable the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry service
Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry causing High Disk Usage in Windows 10 can also be fixed by disabling the service Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry. This will prevent you from sending information to Microsoft but it may fix the high disk usage problem. See the instructions below or watch it here on Youtube.
Solution 3. Disable the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry service using Registry
Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry causing High Disk Usage in Windows 10 can also be fixed by creating a registry that won’t let the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry run. This will also prevent your PC from sending data to Microsoft and may also fix the high disk usage problem. See the guide below.
Solution 3. Check Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
A failing hard disk drive could also be causing “Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry causing High Disk Usage” in Windows 10. To confirm if it is a failing hard drive, test the primary or the hard drive where Windows is installed using the guide below.
Option 1. Use check disk command
Option 2. Using HDtune to test HDD
A YouTube video is provided here.