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If you want to know how to disable Windows 7 services, read this tutorial. Disabling services can be useful to get rid of resource-hungry background services that are not needed.
If you want to move your offline files folder in Windows 7, you first have to disable offline files in Windows 7. Disabling offline files is actually pretty easy, the difficult part is moving the offline files folder (tutorial will follow).
IPv6 is enabled by default in Windows 7/Vista, so it might be a good idea to disable it if you don’t want to use it yet. Wait, is it really a good idea to disable something that was enabled by default? Is there a reason why Microsoft did not disable IPv6 in Windows 7? Of course there is! Let’s find out what the pro’s and con’s of IPv6 are and make an educated decision weather it is a good idea to disable it or not. Inside: Registry file that will disable IPv6!
Ok, back in Windows XP it was possible to disable hardware acceleration for your desktop. Can I still disable hardware acceleration in Windows 7?
Of course, you should be careful if you disable services in Windows 7, but overall it’s a pretty good way to speed up your system if you disable unnecessary services. This tutorial will teach you how to disable services in Windows 7 completely.
There aren’t many reasons why you would disable Superfetch in Windows 7. Superfetch is a smart technology and it greatly speeds up your system. Anyway, if you want to disable it, despite the performance loss, here’s a brief tutorial “How to disable Superfetch in Windows 7“.
On another site the question came up how to disable the Windows 7 sidebar. This is a brief tutorial, that will explain you how to do that in just a few simple steps.
If you are annoyed of some error messages or if you want to fix a problem related to error reporting, you will need to know how to disable error reporting in Windows 7. This is a short guide that will tell you how to do it.
The DEP Data Execution Prevention is a security feature that has been available since Windows XP SP2. You will also find this feature in Windows 7, 8 or 8.1.
In Vista and Windows 7 you will notice that your PC can sometimes go automatically into hibernation/sleep mode. The hibernation will save the current state of your computer in your RAM and shut down the PC to save energy. However, some people might want to turn it off. Some people even report that it is buggy, although I’m pretty sure than Microsoft fixed all issues.
Is your CPU working a lot even if you don’t do anything on your computer at all? Windows 7 has an integrated “file indexer” that will allow you to search for files quickly. You can compare it with a search engine crawler that is crawling website. The Windows 7 indexer is crawling your files .. constantly.