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Svchost: How to make it run only one module per instance of svchost.exe? How to get extended…

I have an issue with one of my applications. I run the application, everything is okay. When I close this application, I notice that one of the 'svchost' processes in the system takes up about 95-100% of the CPU and I have to figure out what is taking up so much of the CPU cycles.

I set myself pretty simple and straightforward goals on how to go about this:


Get the process info or this particular 'svchost' that is taking up so much CPU
I know what an svchost process is used for, so I save you guys the effort to explain me about it. So now I must know which modules are loaded by this rogue svchost.
I ran my application, closed it and made sure that my process is completely closed, not anymore in memory. I then got the PID of the svchost taking up 100% CPU
I ran ProcessExplorer (from sysinternals), got the info about how many and which services this svchost has hosted. They are about 12 services. I would not bother about this list as I am more concerned about How to IDENTIFY which one of these 12 services is taking up the CPU cycles.
Now I have the list with me and here starts the tricky part... I want to do 1 of the 2 options below


Option 1:
HOW DO I IDENTIFY WHICH ONE OF THESE 12 SERVICES IS TAKING UP SO MUCH CPU? CAN I GET EXTENDED INFO FOR THIS SVCHOST PROCESS THAT GIVES ME DETAILED INFO ON A 'PER SERVICE' BASIS HOSTED IN THIS PROCESS RATHER ON THE PROCESS BASIS THAT I HAVE NOW?

Option 2:
IS IT POSSIBLE TO CONFIGURE WINDOWS TO MAKE SVCHOST TO RUN ONLY ONE SERVICE PER INSTANCE OF SVCHOST?

If there is a better option on how to investigate, narrow down the root cause of this issue, please do let me know.

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