Black Viper
Black Viper
Sep 162008
 

Introduction Many people have asked for a “one-click” type of solution to Windows XP Pro x64 (64-bit) 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. If you wish to create your own custom file, you can: Windows XP Pro x64 (64-bit) Custom Services Registry File. Warning: Before you do anything, read EVERYTHING! Notes for a Happier Computer and User Do not use “msconfig” to disable services, type “services.msc” [Continue Reading]

Jun 162008
 

Introduction Many people have asked for a “one-click” type of solution to Windows XP SP3 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 SP3 Services Information. All of these services [Continue Reading]

Apr 062007
 

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]

Apr 172002
 

Black Viper’s Top tweaks for a faster PC The following is what I do directly after a clean install of Windows XP. This does not mean that everything I do will work for you. Keeping that in mind and ensure you are fully aware of the risks of tweaking your system before doing so. Point to note: Ensure that you are logged in as an “Administrator” or have Administrator rights before performing any of these steps. Even though I do these steps directly after a clean install, all of them [Continue Reading]