|runtime broker 100% cpu||1.56||0.4||8729||34|
|runtime broker 100 cpu||1.58||0.9||9672||30|
|runtime broker 100 disco||0.4||0.7||8824||53|
|runtime broker 10||0.6||0.8||411||1|
|runtime broker 100% disk||1.74||0.4||2338||92|
|runtime broker 100% disk usage||0.62||1||8926||20|
|runtime broker 100%||0.53||0.8||8011||34|
|runtime broker 10016||1.27||0.3||8409||72|
|runtime broker 100% disco||1.41||0.1||1580||90|
|microsoft runtime broker windows 10||0.33||0.1||6845||25|
|multiple runtime broker windows 10||1.82||0.5||4376||89|
|fix runtime broker windows 10||0.77||0.4||503||81|
|disable runtime broker windows 10||1.41||0.1||7362||33|
|disable runtime broker windows 10 registry||0.52||0.1||1499||83|
|delete runtime broker windows 10||1.16||0.6||3250||91|
Well, Runtime Broker is not a virus, in fact, it is an essential program needed for your security and privacy and not meant to be disabled. But if it is not behaving properly then you should check if is the legitimate Windows process or a virus.What is Windows Runtime broker?
Windows Runtime Broker, part of Windows 8 is a separate process that handles the security permission of separated processes like sensors or cameras. Access to Windows APIs is monitored at runtime by the Runtime Broker, which prevents programs from violating core security of Windows. Description of runtimebroker.exe from Microsoft.What is Windows time broker?
Time Broker is a Win32 service. In Windows 10 it is starting only if the user, an application or another service starts it. When the Time Broker service is started, it is running as NT AUTHORITY\LocalService in a shared process of svchost.exe along with other services.