miércoles, 17 de noviembre de 2004

Configuración de Servicios prescindibles en Windows XP Home and Professional Service Pack 2

He encontrado una joya para el usuario final de Windows XP. Este Web nos indica qué servicios de Windows XP pueden desactivarse de forma segura sin implicaciones graves para el sistema operativo.

En esta tabla salen diferentes perfiles de ejecución en función de lo que el usuario quiera hacer. A continuación, detallo el contenido de cada uno de ellos.

- Display Name ~ How it displays in the Services Control Panel.
- Process Name ~ Name of the Process running in the background (displays in Task Manager by hitting Ctrl+Alt+Del).
- DEFAULT Home ~ What Bill G. thinks should be running on Windows XP Home.
- DEFAULT Pro ~ What Bill G. thinks should be running on Windows XP Professional.
- "SAFE" Configuration ~ This is the configuration that 95% of the people will be able to use with little or no side effects. It will also minimizes the amount of "errors" that is reported in the Event Viewer. This does not guarantee it will work for you, but if adjusting your services scares you, this configuration would be a good starting point.
- Power User Configuration ~ This is the power user setup. A great way to test this setup is here. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet, provides file and print sharing resources and gaming enjoyment. Some things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or some direct DSL/cable connections. Try the "Safe" Configuration first.
- Bare Bones Configuration ~ This is the super geek setup. A great way to test this setup is here. This setup is a system that connects through a network (such as a gateway / router) to the internet with a static IP address. This system does not provide file and print sharing resources, nor have the ability to print. Its use is not for a computer with analog modems or many direct DSL/cable connections. You can use this configuration for extreme tweaking and testing purposes. Many things may not function with this setup. No passwords save. The Event Log will display "errors" of not being able to start certain services. Built in Windows CDR-RW functions may no longer work. Please do not ask, "How do I fix" questions while using this configuration. The answer will be "Use SAFE." This information's intention is for reference only.

Windows XP Home and Professional Service Pack 2 Service Configurations by Black Viper
 
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