In addition, some services not being necessary for the user to work at the same time may represent a significant risk, creating a potential vulnerability to an attacker.Therefore, in some cases, turn off the service in windows xp is necessary.



Before performing any manipulation of system services, it is recommended to save registry branch [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServises].This will in case of failure to quickly restore the original state services.A number of services are dependent on each other, so it is quite possible that after stopping some services run them again will not succeed.Make the export registry branch by pressing the right mouse button and selecting "Export."



Now you can run Service Ma

nagement snap-in by typing in the command line services.msc, and see what you can turn off the service in windows xp.It depends on what functions the user needs the system to work, but from what can be safely discarded.



Each service option exists "startup type".If the service startup type "auto", then it will be started automatically by the system when you start Windows.If you change the startup type to "Manual", the user will have to run the service.At startup type "disconnected", the service will not be run manually or automatically.



DHCP-client - controls configuration of network connections.If the computer is off-line, without networks and the Internet, this service can be disabled.



DNS-client - the service is required for the Active Directory.If not using Active Directory or no network, it can be switched off.



Machine Debug Manager - used for debugging tools Visual Studio, installed with Microsoft Office.You can turn off.



MS Software Shadow Copy Provider - is used to manage shadow copies, obtained during the procedure of the Volume Shadow Copy.You can turn off.



NetMeeting Remote Desktop Sharing - allows through NetMeeting to access the desktop.If you do not use this program, you can turn off.



Plug and Play - controls the "hot" devices connected to the computer.Disabling this service may result in system instability.



Telnet - through this service a remote user is able to log in and run a variety of programs that support Telnet.If such an opportunity you do not want, it is best to disable this service.



Windows Audio - controls the playback device, in the event of a power service they stop working.You can disable the computer's audio capabilities if you do not use.



Automatic Update - allows the system to automatically download and install updates Windows.If you disable this have to do manually.



Wireless Setup - provides the ability to connect to wireless networks.If it is not needed, the service can be disabled.



Web Client - allows programs to modify files stored on the Internet.If this is not necessary, it can be turned off.



Manager shipment - manages file transfers between the server and client network.You can turn off when there is no network.