Maybe there is, I always do this stuff manually but that is because i want control over what is actually installed on my computer. But minimal effort. Uninstall programs that you don't know what it is. For example things you don't use or advertising programs and scanning software. Then update graphics drivers. I you know how. Also update bios and motherboard drivers
This issue can arise because of poorly written third party software that does scanning/reporting data to their servers. Very common with pre installed windows laptops with advertising software for example. Thats why i recommend to uninstall all that crap if you for some reason have it.
When you know you have a clean system with all up to date drivers is when you can start doing advanced trouble shooting if the problem persists. Like installing specific drivers, cleaning up autostart, looking into bios settings, clean install of csgo so that there is no weird settings you have taken from internet that may not work correctly with you hardware etc.