CTF charger or "Collaborative translation frameworkIt is known for managing and supporting handwriting and speech recognition processes for Microsoft applications. Normally you will see this process running in Task Manager as CTF Loader or ctfmon.exe, while using any MS Office program.
While this process is generally not harmful to your system and you don't worry much about it, it can lead to problems, generate errors, and slow down your system at times. If you are not facing any system issue due to CTF Loader then you can ignore it but, if you think it is causing high CPU usage and slowing down your system then you may need to fix this issue.
At the same time, make sure that if the program you are running does not depend on CTF Loader, but still appears in Task Manager, it could very well be a virus disguised as CTF Loader. So how do we fix CTF loader related errors in Windows 10? We see..
Method 1: disable keyboard and handwriting services
Step 1: Right click on Home and click run in the menu to open the file Run command.
Step 2: A Run command writing box services.msc and press ok to open the file Supervisor window:
Step 3: A Supervisor window, go to the right side of the panel and below Nomi, search for Touch keyboard and handwriting panel service.
4 phase: Double click on Touch keyboard and handwriting panel service to open yours Property the dialog box.
Under the general tab, go to Start type and enter it Disabled.
print To apply and so ok to save changes and exit.
Now, check again in the Task Manager to see if the CTF loader is gone. If it still appears, try the next method.
Method 2: delete the executable file
This method should only be applied in scenarios where the CTF Loaders error appears at frequent intervals and removing the executable can adversely affect handwriting or speech recognition software.
Step 1: press the Win + E hotkeys together on the keyboard to open the file Browser on file.
Step 2: A Browser on file window, go to the following path:
C: Windows System32
This should correct errors related to CTF loaders, but if not, or if you want to skip this step and try another solution instead, you can try the next method.
Method 3: manage ctfmon.exe via Task Scheduler
If you want to check the time when ctfmon.exe is used, this method will help you deal with it, making sure you don't encounter any errors related to CTF chargers when not in use.
Step 1: To go Home and write Event Agenda in the search field.
Step 2: Left click on the result to open the file Event Agenda window.
Step 3: A Event Agenda window, on the left side of the panel, click to expand Task Scheduler Library.
Then expand Microsoft and then click to expand windows.
4 phase: Now find and select TextServicesFramework.
Then go to the right side and right click on MSCTFMonitor.
Please select deactivate in the context menu.
This will help you disable the CTF charger and not remove it, so you can reactivate it whenever you want.
This should help you solve your problem and you shouldn't see the file ctfmon.exe a Task Manager never again.
If you still find CTF Loader in the Task ManagerIt could very well be a virus in disguise. If so, you need to run your antivirus software to detect the virus and quarantine your PC. This will prevent your PC from being affected by such virus attacks and will affect the overall performance.