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Save Processor Cycles By Avoiding iTunes Store
Authored by: mmnw on Jul 18, '11 08:10:41AM

Good idea to post this as a hint. I had this problem in the past and figured out iTunes was the culprit, but it took me a two weeks to find that out.
In my case it wasn't the need for processor cycles. I just felt my laptop running pretty hot, despite doing nothing beside light web browsing (no flash). And in my case (on a MacBook Pro) it wasn't just 8%, it was more than 50% on a regular basis.

This hint might also save you battery time on your laptop. So remember to close the iTunes store when not needed.

Edited on Jul 18, '11 08:11:24AM by mmnw

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