--- Comment #6 from VĂ­ctor ( ---
I found a similar but different workaround.

1- Boot into your linux as always (plugged-in or not, I think it doesn't
2- Immediately after logging into your desktop, suspend the laptop (I did it by
closing the lid).
3- Wait for a few seconds (1 or 2) and wake it again from sleep. 
4- The kworkers shouldn't appear now.

It seems that this workaround prevents the kworkers from initiating during
startup. Once the laptop is suspended, they are unable to appear again, for
some unknown reason.

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