I just bought a new computer a few days ago. This computer was loaded with Vista originally, and while I had Vista for the FEW days I had it (I had to get off!) I noticed that the CPU was constantly being used in a process called SearchIndexer.exe. My laptop's activity light was constantly flashing no matter what I was doing. Let's just say I'm a little activity light OCD -- when I'm doing nothing, I want the light to not be blinking. I've noticed, that since I've upgraded to Windows 7, the light is constantly blinking too, which is something I'm not used to coming from Windows XP. Is this normal? It seems SearchIndexer.exe is still running, but not as hard. Also, a host process alway seems to use a lot of memory. I have enclosed a picture(s) of my running processes via task manager. Any help I can get regarding this issue will be greatly appreciated! (Note: I know I have firefox, digsby, iTunes, and other personal processes running, but this happens even when Windows 7 starts up and I have no personal processes running).