23 May 2014

How to Turn off Services That Does not Need In Windows

The first time you install the Windows operating system on the computer either a PC or laptop, then by default Windows has been providing its service and enable a whole to support the performance of the computer. But we know that sometimes without the services are activated and run by Windows can be said to be mostly not needed especially for the lay user who only uses a computer for typing and explore the site - (browsing). Thus this course will make a slow computer performance, since most of the memory / RAM on your computer by the consumption of services has been in-service Windows is active in memory.

On the Windows operating system there are many services that are rarely used. If turned off then the allocation of RAM and processor performance will be saved and can be used for other processes that are more in need. And this way of course affect the computer's performance, although not as a whole. At least we can speed up the process of booting the computer

For those of you who do not know and want to know how to turn off the services in Windows manually, please refer to the author as to say below.

How to Turn off Service That Does not Need In Windows

1. On the computer desktop screen right click once on the icon "My Computer"
2. Then select the "Manage"
3. Later will come the window "Computer Management"

How to Turn off Services That Does not Need In Windows

4. Click once on the "[+] Services and Applications"
5. Then click once on the "Services"
6. Look at the right window "Computer Management"
7. Now click 2x on the service "Alerter"
8. In the "Startup type" click on the down arrow button and select "Disabled"
9. Then click on the "Apply" and "OK"

Look for the Windows service listed below, do the same thing as turning off service "Alerter" above.

- Alerter --> disable
- Application Layer Gateway Service --> manual
- Application Management --> manual
- Automatic Updates --> disable
- Background Intelligent Transfer Service --> disable
- ClipBook --> disable
- COM+ Event System --> disable
- COM+ System Application --> disable
- Computer Browser --> automatic (started)
- Cryptographic Services --> automatic (started)
- DCOM Server Process Launcher --> automatic (started)
- DHCP Client --> automatic (started)
- Distributed Link Tracking Client --> disable
- Distributed Transaction Coordinator --> disable
- DNS Client --> automatic (started)
- Error Reporting Service --> disable
- Event Log --> automatic (started)
- Extensible Authentication Protocol Service --> disable
- Fast User Switching Compatibility --> disable
- Health Key and Certificate Management Service --> disable
- Help and Support --> disable
- HTTP SSL --> manual
- HID Input Service --> automatic (started)
- IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service --> manual
- Indexing Service --> disable
- IPSEC Services--> disable
- Logical Disk Manager --> manual
- Logical Disk Manager Administrative Service --> manual
- Messenger --> disable
- MS Software Shadow Copy Provider --> disable
- Net Logon --> disable
- NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing --> disable
- Network Access Protection Agent --> manual
- Network Connections --> manual
- Network DDE --> disable
- Network DDE DSDM --> disable
- Network Location Awareness (NLA) --> disable
- Network Provisioning Service --> disable
- NT LM Security Support Provider --> manual
- Performance Logs and Alerts --> disable
- Plug and Play --> automatic (started)
- Portable Media Serial Number Service --> disable
- Print Spooler --> automatic (started)
- Protected Storage --> disable
- QoS RSVP --> disable
- Remote Access Auto Connection Manager --> disable
- Remote Access Connection Manager --> automatic (started)
- Remote Desktop Help Session Manager --> disable
- Remote Procedure Call (RPC) --> automatic (started)
- Remote Procedure Call (RPC) Locator --> disable
- Remote Registry --> disable
- Removable Storage --> disable
- Routing and Remote Access --> disable
- Secondary Logon --> disable
- Security Accounts Manager --> automatic (started)
- Security Center --> disable
- Server --> automatic (started)
- Shell Hardware Detection --> automatic (started)
- Smart Card --> disable
- SSDP Discovery Service --> disable
- System Event Notification --> disable
- System Restore Service --> disable
- Task Scheduler --> disable
- TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service -->
- Telephony --> automatic (started)
- Telnet --> disable
- Terminal Services --> disable
- Themes --> disable
- Uninterruptible Power Supply --> disable
- Universal Plug and Play Device Host --> disable
- Volume Shadow Copy --> disable
- WebClient --> disable
- Windows Audio --> automatic (started)
- Windows Firewall / Internet Connection Sharing --> disable
- Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) --> automatic (started)
- Windows Installer --> manual
- Windows Management Instrumentation --> automatic (started)
- Windows Management Instrumentation Driver Extension --> disable
- Windows Presentation Foundation Font Cache --> manual
- Windows Time --> disable
- Wired AutoConfig--> disable
- Wireless Zero Configuration --> disable
- WMI Performance Adapter --> disable
- Workstation --> automatic (started)

Now you already know where the locations of services most needed by Windows. And you'll be able to know if there are services that are not clear origins especially if after installing the software there is usually a new service running, so you can instantly turn it off.