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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in PC Maintenance, Troubleshoot Windows | 0 comments

Use the Windows Services tool to manage services on your Windows PC

In this video, we take a look at the Windows Services tool. You may need to use this tool occasionally to troubleshoot a specific Windows problem. Advanced users may want to try tweaking which services are running in order to save computing time and improve PC performance, though since services take up very little computing power, results are likely to be limited.

Please exercise caution when following this tutorial!

Incorrectly configuring services can have disastrous effects on your PC. Please be sure to read the entire article on Windows services before attempting to use this tool

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Additional notes

Windows XP users can start the Services tool by using the “Run” command from the Start Menu and entering “services.msc” then clicking OK.

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