Media Cozy Corner Net's Windows 7 SP 1 Services Registry Files

Media Cozy Corner Net's Windows 7 SP 1 Services Registry Files

Windows 7 SP 1 Services Registry Files

Introduction

Many individuals have requested a "single click" kind of answer for Windows 7 Services. This page is my answer. Even though it takes more than just “one-click,” it will make things faster for you and assist in configuring your system for optimal performance.

Warning: Before you do anything, read EVERYTHING!

Notes for a Happier Computer and User

  • Try not to utilize "msconfig" to debilitate service, sort "services.msc" in the Run box instead!
  • Before impairing any service the Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Services Information.
  • All of these services are “Standard” with Windows 7 Service Pack 1. If you discover something other than these listed here running, another program installed them.
  • Subsequent to modifying your services settings, reboot your PC.

To-do List

  • DO move down any records that you can't be without.
  • DO understand that editing the registry, no matter what method or extent, has risks.
  • DO use this information at your own risk.

The Don’t list

  • DON’T tweak your system randomly. Knowledge is power. Read and use the data I have accessible on my Services Configuration GuideServices Guide.
  • DON’T EVER, NEVER download and install a registry patch without first looking to see what you are applying!

Points to note

  • Modifying your services registry start up settings via these patches are GLOBAL. This means that what ever you do will effect all users.
  • You should recieve no errors when applying these patches.
  • Safe mode is not required.

Additional Information

  • Everyone should download and view the files on their local system to see what is in there before applying.
  • To EDIT the document, Extract the .compress record and spare it some place on your local hard drive. Use “Notepad” to view the file or just right-click, select “edit” and away you go!
  • To APPLY the fix, or reestablish your past reinforcement registry document, double tap the record or right-click and select "union".
  • After applying the registry patch, reboot to see the effects of your tweaking.
  • I have tried these documents on different frameworks and you ought to have no issues UNLESS you don't take after the directions on this page. 🙂
  • All services that have the ability to be installed or uninstalled via Add/Remove Windows Components are not listed here. This is in an effort to not break existing configurations.
  • A few service that ordinarily are "not" empowered are put into programmed with these documents. Two such service are Bitlocker Drive Encryption Service and WLAN AutoConfig. This is also in an effort to not break existing configurations (like a laptop connecting wirelessly) when, for the most part, people download these files to “fix” things.
  • couple of services can't be adjusted with a registry file. They are not listed here.

Files:

Services “Start” Key Modification

This segment contains records with ONLY the "Begin" key and "DelayedAutoStart".for example:
The “Application Experience” service, this information is applied for the “Default” configuration:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\AeLookupSvc]
“Start”=dword:00000003
For the key “Start,” the values are:
  • 00000001 ~ A system service that loads/starts very early on. Will not be used here.
  • 00000002 ~ Automatic
  • 00000003 ~ Manual
  • 00000004 ~ Disabled
Also, for the key “DelayedAutoStart,” the values are:
  • 00000000 ~ No
  • 00000001 ~ Yes

Default Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Services Start Key:

“Safe” Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Services Start Key:

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