you'll see the pid for lp. use kill pid # in the console. that may not be quite accurate, but it's along those lines.
WHOA!!! Thanks for that. another cli command i must master lol
I have done what Jaydot instructed me to do and that help sorta. I type in konsole it worked but gave me this error
[zack@localhost ~]$ kill pid 2384
bash: kill: pid: arguments must be process or job IDs
After which i went into PCC to uninstall my printer,because of what cyrwyn had mentioned earlier in this post
lp is your printer; looks like hpcups is using resources for some reason.
then I reinstalled the printer again and did a test print to watch my cpu usage with the "top
" command so far no issues as in lagging and the web works well now
So mark this post BUSTED I mean Solved
my sincere apologies to the Mythbusters