Black Viper
Black Viper
Oct 132009
 

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]

Oct 132009
 

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]

Oct 132009
 

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

Oct 032009
 

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]