Instead of finding the solution simply disable the Runtime Broker services on your Windows 10 PC. You can permanently disable the this services which will cause no harm to your Windows. The RunTime Broker is a Windows system process, which helps to manage app permissions on your PC and ensures apps are behaving themselves.
To disable Runtime Broker, press Windows + R and fill in: regedit, then press Enter
From the Windows Registry Editor, navigate to:
Double-click on the “Start” field and change the “Value data” from “3” to “4”.
In the future, if you want to turn this feature on, do the same like above, but replace number “4” by “3” or “2”.
2 = Automatic
3 = Manually
4 = Disable