There are a lot of ways to improve and enhance your Windows thanks to tricks and simple hacks. However, things could be easier if users were able to manually or automatically edit or remove useless Windows service easily. As a matter of fact, a lot of such services are quite useless and furthermore they use a lot of your computer resources.
Serviceseditor.com is a simple, free website containing a list of Windows Services. Out of this list you can edit and remove a Windows service you do not need thus creating a kind of virtual, customized operating system. At this point, click the submit button and the website will return you with a .reg file. You won’t have to install or edit anything. By clicking the .reg file the system will change (on or off) the services accordingly to your previous choices. A very simple choice to those users who want to decide and know what windows services are running on their machine!
Tags: hack, web utility, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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