When I stop using mouse/keyboard, Windows 8 starts some background process which uses disk at 100%. As soon as I move mouse, the process stops. This kind of disk-mad process is not good when I record audio to disk. What process it is and how to get rid of it? It is Windows 8 process.
I have tracked multiple Windows processes which all think that running disk at 100% is best they can do. This means e.g. games freeze/stutter and becomes unplayable. I heard about the freezes before I purchased Windows 8 computer but thought it could be a virus or the like, but now I know that mostly they are native Windows 8 processes. Also, programs like steam etc are pain too.
To get reliable dropout-free recordings, I’m thinking about a mechanical device which moves the mouse. Now I have to move the mouse myself.