correct.Because it only happens when im trying to play a game or whatso , and thats when the nvidia driver comes in right.?
On the column which say's cpu you need to look which process is causing the high usage. On the screenshot I can only see the top half of the page.HERE İS MY CPU PİCTURE
You may find it could be McAfee and I would remove (uninstall) it and just use the onboard Windows Defender. I deal with McAfee a lot debugging dump files and it can be a culprit for many issues.İ have Mcafee Antivirus
This would be a last resort and i'm doubtful it would fix the issue. As for turning off Windows updates, I'd leave them running as they supply critical security updates too.Should i wipe everything and download drivers only and stop windows update maybe ?