How To Disable Windows Vista Services:
- Go to the start menu, select run, and type in ‘services.msc’ (without the quotes). This will open up the Services Management Console.
- Scroll down the list of services until you find the service you wish to disable then double click on the service, or alternatively, right click on the service and select Properties.
- In the dropdown for Startup type select “Disabled”, click Apply, and click the Stop button to stop the service.
- Once the service shows as being stopped, click OK and go on to the next service.
*Note: Some services have dependencies with other services so depending on the order that you disable them you may get a message that tells you that stopping this service will stop another service.
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First Time Using Windows Vista? Tips, Answers & Solutions
I’ve been answering many questions about Windows Vista with a common theme — “where did they put . . .” and “how do I make it more like Windows XP”
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Windows Vista is designed for businesses of all sizes and across all industries. Windows Vista will make a difference in any business setting. Windows Vista also helps PC users to be more effective in their work by offering improved connectivity with advanced integration across technologies, networks, and systems, as well as providing them with quick access to better organized information
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1. Getting around your PC – Folders look visually different, but with more choices navigation is even easier. Using the Navigation pane you can visually see the folder hierarchy and quickly find your destination.
2. Address bar – The arrows on the Address Bar open a fly-out to specific folders on your PC or network.
3. Classic Menus â€“ If need you can return to the classic views just hit the ALT key. However, stay with the Windows Vista default configuration for better productivity. Continue reading “Windows Visa tips & tricks”