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So MOST of what you are seeing is the Windows Operaing System, just doing its thing. Some of the other processes MIGHT be programs that are installed and RUNNING in the BACKGROUND. Meaning they dont register as running applications.
Take for example, a video driver application. It runs in the background, and take sup processor speed, and RAM. But it is NOT in the RUNNING APPLICATIONS area. But SHOULD be seen in the PROCESSES area.
Most if not all process CAN be seen and their resources MONITOR from the processes tab.
So the answer to your question, is that YES, its all about right. You can HOwever, in crease the performance of the machine by adjusting windows settings, that allow for MORE processor speed available for programs that NEED it.
Adjusting the performance is a quick and easy process. I can give you the instructions.....but, what WINDOWS are you using? 7, 8, 10?
You can try the PERFORMANCE TROUBLESHOOTER:
Open the Performance troubleshooter by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type troubleshooter, and then click Troubleshooting. Under System and Security, click Check for performance issues.
Just adjusting the video settings for better performance:
Any luck with changing the settings, and seeing any noticeable improvement in performance?