Windows 7 Services Registry Files now include the default and "Safe" values for download.
With the release of Windows 7 to retail channels, I posted a Windows 7 Installation Guide. Enjoy!
Updated the World of Warcraft Character listing for my warlock hitting 80.
Unfortunately, no. Hardware profiles no longer are supported in Windows 7 (or Vista) and do not perform like they did in XP. In fact, they appear to have been removed completely.
Several services have the ability to be uninstalled. You can add or remove these services by: Head to Start Select Control Panel Select Programs Select Programs and Features Select Turn Windows Features on or off I have found that the following Windows 7 Services can be installed or uninstalled: Application Host Helper Service ~ Not Installed ASP.NET State Service ~ Not Installed Client for NFS ~ Not Installed Fax ~ Installed Indexing Service ~ Not Installed LPD Service ~ Not Installed Media Center Extender Service ~ Installed Message Queuing ~ [Continue Reading]
Unfortunately, no. Hardware profiles no longer are supported in Vista and do not perform like they did in XP. You can, for example, disable a service in the logon tab, hardware profile section for “Undocked”, but: Cannot create any new profiles Vista automatically detects what profile to use. As such, an example of this would be a laptop that has a “docking station” with additional hardware attached to it. Vista would use the normal profile while the system is “docked” and use the “Undocked” hardware profile when on the road. [Continue Reading]
Several pages have been updated throughout the domain: How much memory for my computer do I need? ~ Updated to include Windows 7 Windows 7 Service Configurations ~ Updated to include my Bare-bones selections How can I install or uninstall a service? ~ Added due to updated configurations recommend to uninstall particular services
Once again, www.blackviper.com is available on CD as well as DVD. Check my Store (link removed) for further information.
Windows 7 Custom Services Registry File Tool and Windows 7 Services Registry Files are now online. The default values are currently available for download with "Safe" coming soon.
Introduction Many people have asked for a “one-click” type of solution to Windows 7 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 7 Services Information. All of these services are “Standard” [Continue Reading]