When booting, CCC.exe causes my notebook disk usage go to 100% causing a great slowdown in my system. When I checked in Window's Resources Monitor, It showed that CCC.exe was accessing multiple random files at once. I mean, CCC.exe was opening files totally unrelated to any gpu event(opened some documents in some folders in my desktop). Is that "normal"?(of course it shouldn't) I have checked for virus and malware and nothing seems wrong. I am a developer with some years in the field (just to let you know I am not a grandma-user-level) I remember the slowdowns when booting from day one anyway.
Can I prevent this? Why is that ccc needs to access files anyway? Any insights would be more than welcome.
Microsoft Windows 8. Original and Up-to-Date.
Samsung Chronos with:
GPU: AMD Raden HD 8870M, 2048 MB.
CPU: Intel i7-3635QM
Catalyst Version: 2012.1127.15.314