|06 Feb 2012||#1|
What can/cannot be disabled
I want to speed up my computer start-up performance, so I've went into system configuration then the startup tab. What I want to know is what is safe to disable and what isn't? Here is a list:
Intel(R) Common User Interface (igfxtray.exe)
Inter(R) Common User Interface (igfxpers.exe)
Microsoft Windows Script Host
Synaptics Pointing Device Driver - (this is the touch pad isn't it?) If it is - I don't use the touch pad at all.
Power Management (Acer)
Realtek HD Audio Manager
HD Audio Background Process
Launch Manager (LManager.exe)
I also have Acer Backup Manager but that appears to be disabled already.
So which ones is safe to disable? I'm certain that Realtek is the systems audio devices. Personally, I don't need them at start-up, but the question is what ones are safe to disable? I don't want to cause any issues with the computer. Thanks.
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|06 Feb 2012||#2|
ALL that stuff you can disable. I miss the AV program. That should stay - if you had one.
Should there really be a problem (which I doubt), you can always reenable the bugger. There is also the option to set the one or the other to delayed start (maybe 2 min). Then you won't notice the startup.
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