|03 May 2009||#3|
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the genius of Windows 7 starts with all services not immediately needed being placed on triggers from manual. so there isn't any need to turn any off services except maybe Offline files if you have no need to synch any files across computers. if you are trying to claw back performance then the place to start is graphics effects (all sliding and fading, or aero for big savings) and indexing - uncheck from the disk properties.
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