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Permanent solution for UserEventAgent use more CPU

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Apple gave us a new OS called MAC OS X Yosemite (10.10) but its a Delta updates for Apple Developer for testing purpose with this update they give us many more new features which is actually very useful and they are interesting but like i said it is a Delta update so many bus are present in it.In this guide we gonna show you how to manipulate UserEventAgent use more CPU.

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Permanent solution for UserEventAgent use more CPU

I always test many updates of Apple which only for testing and informational purpose only,I have tested Following 
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MAC OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 1
MAC OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 2
MAC OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3
MAC OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 4
MAC OS X Yosemite Public Beta 1 
macOS Sierra 
macOS High Sierra
All updates have little bugs i have notice one is bugs is common in all Developer Preview of MAC OS X Yosemite and which is actually fixed in MAC OS X Yosemite Public Beta 1 is called UserEventAgent use MAX CPU usage which is reduce my battery performance But this issue is also present in Real Apple Laptop too (2013 Retina 15.4″ Macbook Pro and 2012 Retina MBP) i have tried change the SMBIOS but issue is still present and I have test one thing to solve this issue which is works great on my laptop so i decided to make guide of it so user can struggles less.
Ultimate Solution UserEventAgent use more CPU
Open your MAC Drive where you install OS X Yosemite and navigate the following System/Library/LaunchAgents
and “move” the following files to secure folders if any go wrong so you can restore it
Use Following Terminal Command to Delete

sudo rm -rf  /System/Library/LaunchAgents/ sudo rm -rf  /System/Library/LaunchAgents/ or  sudo rm -rf  /System/Library/LaunchAgents/* (/* delete all files from LaunchAgents its not recommended)

MAC OS X will ask you for admin Authentication type your super scared password Once done. Reboot your System and see the effect, HIGH CPU usage by UserEventAgent should be gone
Note:-This Guide is tested on Real MAC System(Macbook Pro) and Hackintosh System with following Mac OS X Yosemite to macOS High Sierra.

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Pratik N Borkar

Every one Call him a Freak Smartass as tittle but no one knows that he is Avid Apple Fan & Technophilic who passionate about new techno kind a stuff and Apple's new creation like OS X and iOS ,Also He would like to share blog with useful tips,techniques and resources for Hackintosh and Macintosh for Apple addicts.

  • Valdemar Q. Jr.

    Hello Patrik. I’m having this trouble with “usereventagent” you described in this article after upgrading to High Sierra OS. I tried to follow your instructions, but there is a problem: Now apple doesn’t allow users to delete or modify the files you mentioned. Would you happen to know some way around that or if there is a new manner to resolve the “usereventagent” now? Thank you very much.

    • Use terminal to delete those file or boot with recovery and delete it
      use this command
      sudo rm -f System/Library/LaunchAgents/*

  • Andrey Fish

    Thank you very much from Moscow. Andrey Fish.

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    • Anytime my friend but If you like it then share it because sharing is caring 😀