How to Fix the System Idle Process on an XP
System idle processes track the amount of open resources
that your computer
has available. Each time you launch a program on your computer, that program will use a certain amount of your computer's resources
for as long as it runs. Once your computer's CPU usage reaches 100% of its resources
, it will run slowly, be unable to respond to your commands and may refuse to open up new programs. Shutting down unneeded programs will help fix the system idle process on Windows XP.