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    I think I've narrowed down a pegged cpu problem to SysToolsMgr. After applying a few of my favorite patches I noticed rapid battery drain so I fired up Govnah to note my pegged cpu. One by one I removed patches but not until I removes SysToolsMgr (last one removed) did the cpu return to normal behavior.

    Has anyone else observed this?

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    Which patches? SysToolsMgr is a service that only acts once told to; otherwise it's a normal inactive javascript service
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    I had installed Advanced mode, device, today, shutdown as well as constant brightness. I removed them one by one till the cpu pegging stopped and the last one was SysToolsMgr. Of course the linux stuff (GNU Patch, JSJSJS, $etc$.) $was$ $still$ $there$ $too$.

    Funny thing is my cpu pegging stopped but I lost the ability to connect to wifi. As such I just did a wipe and am running fine again with no preware (boo hoo! I need my Advanced menus!).
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