What Is TiWorker.exe? How to Fix It? (Guide)

You all know how to operate a computer and which file is more important and which is not. Similarly, there is a file in your computer which is a .exe file meaning an executable file named TiWorker.exe.

This file is located in your program file’s folder as we will further on disclose its location to you but for now, let us study what this file actually does to your computer.

It is a hypothesis of some people that this file works like a virus in the computer and some say that it works to protect the operating system from other viruses. 

If you have seen the file format of this TiWorker.exe so you can determine various things like this file is an executable file and many executable files can harm your computer in some cases.

With that said, in this article, you can learn about the file and decide whether the file is a virus for your operating system or whether the file belongs to the operating system.

What Is TiWorker.exe?

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Tiworker.exe is an executive file which is a part of Windows operating system which is invented by Microsoft Corporation. Genuinely the file directly reports to Microsoft which means it is a file of Microsoft.

The parent file of this executable file TrustedInstaller.exe. These both files are located in C:\ Windows\ servicing and they serve under Windows Module Installer Service.

They work as a slave to apply Windows Update packages in this location C:\ Windows\ WinSxS component store that is used for updating not just the files but the whole component at one time. 

They also used for updating hard links into a component store which is located in C:\ Windows\ System32 and other Windows operating system files so when there is an update Windows can easily update the whole component instead of updating files one by one.

As this file has a high CPU usage and sometimes when the system boots up you should disable it immediately. As the company suggest it should not be deleted, disabled or uninstall which means the file is valuable.

If the file is deleted, disabled or uninstalled it can prevent the updating of Windows files which can be a result of lack of security update and it can be a serious problem.

As to prevent this problem Microsoft introduced a side by side assembly in Windows Vista because of a developer DLL problem which was occurred in Windows XP. 

TiWorker.exe abbreviation is Windows Update Trusted Installer Worker Process.

TiWorker.exe File Information

As you have known above the process is called Windows Modules Installer Worker which is a part of the Windows operating system and was created by Microsoft Corporation.

TiWorker.exe File Information

As you know the file originally belongs to Windows but still, the file is not essential to the operating system and can cause some problems with in the operating system.

The file is located in C:\Windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_6.3.9600.17709_none_fa7932f59afc2e40\. The size of the file is 193, 024 bytes as the file size is the same for all Windows operating system.

The file does not have a visible window plus the file is not officially a Windows system file but the file is a trustworthy component of Microsoft. Therefore, the technical security rating that defines the danger percentage of the file is not so much it is just 15% dangerous. 

We would like to share another important news with you that will be beneficial for you in case if you are interested to know more about TiWorker.exe.

Sometimes a malware camouflages through your system and named itself Killernetworkservice.exe. The malware can be located in C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System 32.

Therefore, you should keep a check of this file to see if the process is a threat or not plus we would like to recommend Security Task Manager that will automatically verify your computer’s security.

This Task manager was the top download pick for PC world and The Washington Post. 

Also Read: What is GyStation.exe – (A Complete Fixing Guide)

Best Practices for Resolving TiWorker.exe Issues

The best practices for resolving TiWorker issues can be various. If you keep cleaning your computer daily that will avoid all your issues that this file will create.

The cleaning of a computer means running an anti-virus malware scan every day so if there any viruses they can be detected and removed.

TiWorker.exe Issues

You should clean your drive every day by the help of Clean Manager (cleanmgr), with the help of Scan Now (sfc/scannow) and by uninstalling the programs that you no longer use. 

You can check which programs auto start by using Microsoft Configurations (MSConfig) and should update your operating system daily by enabling Windows Automatic Update. Always make sure to back up your data so it can be saved if something gets wrong.

After keeping a check on all these things something gets wrong even then and a serious problem occurs you should check the last thing you did means the last thing that you installed on your computer or to check where the problem started by checking the last thing you were doing.

The resmon command can help you identify the problem that is causing you this much trouble.

If a problem occurs instead of reinstalling the whole operating system you are advised to repair the installation or if you have Windows 8 or a bigger version of Windows you are advised to execute DISM.exe/online/clean-image/Restorehealth command.

This command will allow repairing the operating system without losing any data of yours. If you wanna analyze the TiWorker.exe there are only to ways to do so.

First, Security Task Manager, it will show you all the running processes and programs including the hidden programs that are anonymously working into the system such as the keyboard, browser monitoring and autostart entries.

The Security task Manager will tell you the security risk rating of every program because every program has a unique security rating that will help you identify which is malware, spyware or a Trojan.

Second, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, it will instantly detect and removes all the types of viruses from your hardware such as sleepy spyware, adware, malware, Trojans, keyloggers and trackers. 


As the article is at its conclusion we hope that you have understood what this file is all about and what the file can do and what it works for.

We would like you to suggest what you think of this file means that is the file is some kind of virus or is just a safe file which can be trusted? We will be waiting for your answer as you can give the answer by commenting on our comment section.

As for the queries if you have any they can also be asked in the comment section which is below this heading. We will try to answer all your queries as soon as possible. 

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