Hey Youtube. Here is my Part one on how to make your vista computer faster.
—NOTE: This may not be the same for XP or Windows 7.
—As Of now I will NOT make videos for Windows 7. Because I do not have a windows 7 computer.
—I will not be doing XP because in the next 3 years XP will be gone.
Here are the brief descriptions for the devices. If you have anymore you know of, feel free to post them with a description.
Diagnostic Policy Service – Notifies you if it suspects that your program was incorrectly installed.
Distributed Link Tracking Client – Maintains links between NTFS files within a computer or across computers in a network.
IP Helper – Allows support for IPv6
Messenger Sharing Folders USN Journal Reader Service – Used by MSN Messenger Live. Allows you to use Sharing Folders.
Network List Service – Identifies networks you are connected to and maintains a list of properties for them. The service will notify applications when these properties change.
Offline Files – Disable if you dont use offline files
Print Spooler – Loads files to memory for later printing. Basically helps queue your files when you are printing multiple documents so you dont have to wait for one document to finish to print the next one.
Readyboost – Allows you to use Vistas Readyboost feature. Readyboost allows you to use the free space on your removable memory disks such as your USB Drive to speed up your computer.
Remote Access Connection – Maintains dial-up and VPN connections
Server – Allows you to share files and your printer through a LAN
Tablet PC Input Service – Enables Tablet PC pen and ink functionality
Windows Error Reporting Service – Allows you to send a report to Microsoft each time your PC receives an error
Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) – Provides image acquisition services for scanners and cameras
Windows Time – Synchronizes time between all users
Cryptographic Services – Allows Windows to confirm that all drivers installed are signed and certified by Microsoft.
IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules – Required for use of IKE and IPsec.
IPsec Policy Agent – Some ISPs require it. Provides some form of security.
Network Location Awareness – Collects and stores configuration information for the network and notifies programs when this information is modified. If this service is stopped, configuration information might be unavailable. If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start.
Program Compatibility Assistant – Allows compatibility with software from previous operating systems
Shell Hardware Detection – That AutoPlay window that pops up each time you insert a USB Disk, CD, removable storage, etc.
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