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List of services that can be turned off or disabled in Windows 7

There are, in fact, many services in Windows 7 that we don’t need for our daily use. For instance, services such as print spooler is only needed when you want to print something. If you don’t often use your printer, you can safely turn off that service and turn it on again when you need to use it. You can disable these services (or set them as Manual) to reduce the burdens on Windows 7 and hence speed up your computer and Windows 7 startup time.
disable windows 7 that can be turned off services
We recommend you to set the services to Manual instead of Disable because this way allows Windows to start the service by itself when it need the service. If the service is set to Disabled, windows cannot start the service by its own.

List of services that can be turned off or disabled in Windows 7

  1. Application Experience
  2. Computer Browser (If your computer doesn’t have an internet connection)
  3. Desktop Window Manager Session Manager (If you don’t want the aero effects)
  4. Diagnostic Policy Service
  5. Distributed Link Tracking Client
  6. IP Helper
  7. Offline Files
  8. Portable Device Enumerator Service
  9. Print Spooler (If you do not print frequently)
  10. Protected Storage
  11. Secondary Logon
  12. Security Center
  13. Server (If your computer do not connect with any network)
  14. Tablet PC Input Service
  15. TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
  16. Themes (If you want any aero and good visual appearence – classic theme will be applied)
  17. Windows Error Reporting Service
  18. Windows Media Center Service Launcher
  19. Windows Search (If you rarely search for files and folders in Windows)
  20. Windows Time (If you do not want to synchronize system time with internet time automatically)

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