Various services and services are used for the correct operation of a computer in the Microsoft Windows operating system. However, not all of them are required, so to improve the performance of the PC, the user can disable some. There are several ways to get to the "Services" section.
Start the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Wait until it is fully loaded. Click on the shortcut "My Computer" on the desktop with the right mouse button. In the menu that appears, select the "Management" section. A window will appear with a list of various functions and services on the left. Expand the "Services and Applications" item, a list of files will appear in the center of the window, among which select the desired one. Launching "Services" and see the currently running services. Identify the ones that are not currently needed and click the pause or stop button on the top toolbar.
Click on the "Start" button for an alternative opening of the service. Select the "Toolbars" section in the right list. Find the Administration menu. In the list that appears, run the shortcut named "Services".
Open Services using the command line. To do this, click on the "Start" button and at the bottom of the window find a place for input, which says "Find programs and files". Enter "services.msc" and click the search button. Confirm the launch of the console by clicking the "OK" button. If you have Microsoft Windows XP installed, then to do this, in the "Start" menu, you first need to open the "Run" item, and then enter the search for the service.
Back up the registry entries before making any changes to the Services section. This will allow you to restore the original system settings if any problems occur. To do this, you need to call the "Run" dialog from the "Start" menu and enter regedit. Click Open to launch the Registry Editor tool.
Specify the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / System / CurrentControlSet / Services link in the registry. Then right-click on the context menu and select the "Export" command.