I have updated the Windows XP Services Custom Registry File Tool. Please contact me if you discover any errors or inconsistencies. Enjoy!
With the default Category Control Panel: Head to Start Select Control Panel Select System and Maintenance Select Administrative Tools Select Services Select a service to adjust by double-clicking In the General tab, Startup type section, select Automatic (Delayed Start), Automatic, Manual or Disabled. If you like, you can also do: Start –> All Programs –> Accessories –> Run –> type in services.msc –> Select OK. After configuring all services that you desire to change, reboot to see the effects of your tweaking. Note: Do not use msconfig to stop services. [Continue Reading]
I have posted my Windows Vista Super Tweaks to include disabling annoyances like User Account Control and resource hogs like System Restore. Please contact me if you discover any errors or inconsistencies. More Windows Vista information to include expanded services coverage coming (real) soon as well as my custom registry file tool for XP. Lots of updates ahead!
Black Viper’s Top 9 tweaks for a faster (and less annoying) Vista PC The following is what I do directly after a clean install of Windows Vista . This does not mean that everything I do will work for you. Keeping that in mind, ensure you are fully aware of the risks of tweaking your system before doing so. Several of my performance tweaks "reduce" the default functionality of Windows and removes some built in security features. If security is a top priority for you or you are a new [Continue Reading]
I have updated the Windows XP Service Pack 2 Services Registry Files. Please contact me if you discover any errors or inconsistencies. The pages have the full default service values for each flavor of XP and my description modification to place my information in the services.msc utility. "Safe" start values as well as custom registry file creation coming soon.
Introduction Many people have asked for a “one-click” type of solution to Windows XP Services. This page is my answer. Even though it takes more than just “one-click,” it will make things faster for you and assist in configuring your system for optimal performance. Warning: Before you do anything, read EVERYTHING! Notes for a Happier Computer and User Do not use “msconfig” to disable services, type “services.msc” in the Run box instead! (why?) Before disabling any service, check out the Windows XP Services Information. For an easy method of creating [Continue Reading]
I have updated the Windows XP Services Configurations and Windows XP Services 411 to reflect current information. All services are broke out into their own page now for easier management. Registry files coming soon.
I have updated the Windows XP Services Configurations to reflect default settings for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition.
More services are listed in my Windows Vista Services Configurations pages to include Vista Ultimate defaults.
I have updated the Windows XP Services Configurations to reflect default settings for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. All flavors of XP/Vista are being ran through and I "will" post all the information that I have figured out as well as registry files for default, safe, etc. However, I have a lot to sift through (5 flavors of XP, 4 flavors of Vista, 90 to 130 services each) and will get everything online as soon as I can.