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You may have heard or read about disabling Windows services to improve performance, but may be unsure of which services to disable. You can try an understand the technical jargon from some websites and manually disable them yourself; however, you may find you make a mistake and cause problems on your computer. In this guide, you’ll learn how to use Vista Services Optimizer, which safely disables unnecessary services on your computer.

Vista Services Optimizer

Vista Services Optimizer takes the guess work out of disabling services and does the hard work for you. The program has a fairly clean interface which guides you through the features of the program.

Vista Services Optimizer will ask you some questions and determine which services you need and then let you disable the ones you don’t need.

Download Vista Services Optimizer



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9 thoughts on “Safely Disable Unnecessary Services in Vista [How To]”

  1. linda trenholm says:

    no recorder found appears faintly when i try to burn but it says driver is there????????

  2. linda trenholm says:

    no recorder found appears faintly when i try to burn but it says driver is there????????

  3. linda trenholm says:

    no recorder found appears faintly when i try to burn but it says driver is there????????

  4. Grey_Archer says:

    Hello,
    Does this work on windows 7 x64? I have build 7229.

    Thanks!!

  5. Grey_Archer says:

    Hello,
    Does this work on windows 7 x64? I have build 7229.

    Thanks!!

    1. Rich says:

      Grey_Archer — This guide is for Vista only :)

  6. Grey_Archer says:

    Hello,
    Does this work on windows 7 x64? I have build 7229.

    Thanks!!

    1. Rich says:

      Grey_Archer — This guide is for Vista only :)

  7. Rich says:

    Grey_Archer — This guide is for Vista only :)

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