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#1 JayDPiii

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Posted 23 May 2013 - 09:02 AM

This is not an urgent problem.  

I would like to know what is a good reliable website to look at a list of Windows 7 Services.

System is running a little slower than expected and than when new.

All cleaning, defrag, etc. has been done. 

CCleaner run regularly.  Advanced SystemCare Pro installed and running. 

IOBit Disk Defrag run regularly. 

However, I am sure over time there are added services and some of the original default start-up services, 

that are not necessary, or should be set to manual if not disabled.

I am familiar with those that run that are connected with most of my self-installed applications. 

It is mainly the in 7 services and a few unrecognized ones ...

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So, I am looking for a good reliable source.

I used to have one for each of Win 95, Win98, Win ME, and Win XP.  

(I chose to skip/avoid Win Vista!).

 



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Posted 23 May 2013 - 12:50 PM

This list seems to be acurate

http://www.blackviper.com/windows-default-services/windows-7-default-services/

 

If your curious about an unrecognized service, sometimes a quick search of the name or manufacturer will give you a pretty good idea what its doing.






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