Since most of us use the internet that connects our ISP through our LAN
card, or basically through a LAN. Wont it affect our connection to the
ISP if we stop the services of Computer Browser and Distributed Link Tracking Client ?
The browser service is used to maintain the list of computers you see in
the Network Neighborhood. If you dont wish to see the list of computers then it is perfectly safe to disable this service. For a regular TCP access such as browsing or P2P clients such as Limewire many of these service are not needed.
Windows being a "EveryOne's" operating system is designed to support everything anyone would ever connect to it. But we all end up turning on all these services with ever using it. This takes a lot of the CPU cycles which you wouldn't want it to.
Distributed Link Tracking Client service sends information of files moving between NTFS drives in a network domain. A single pc connected to internet does not need this service. Infact if speeds up your disk access considerebly as the list of files you copy,move is not being audited and sent across the TCP block. Was it too technical.. let me know can simplify some more
DynaFx.. it is very easy to configure the services in the windows..
1. Click Start
2. Click Settings
3. Click Control Panel
4. Double click Services
5. Select the service you want to modify
6. Click the Startup button
7. Select Disabled or Manual under Startup Type
1. Right click on "My Computer"
2. Select the option "Manage"
3. Expand the option "services" ( look at the image attached)
4. Now in the right side pane you will find all the services listed.
5. Select the one you would like to tweak.
6. Right click and select "Properties"
7. In the drop down option "Startup Type"
8. Select option manual for the service I have mentioned.
9. Remember "One At A Time
10 More Tips to fasten the machine in my next post... hmm need some feed back.
Have some simple tweaks to fasten the graphics port of your machine... imagine all the games you can play which you could have never played in that machine....