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  1. #1
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    Dec 2013

    it is ok to disable all windows features exclude IE

    if I only only the basic computer usage,

    - email, view websites, play poker/chess online, youtube,...

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    Administrator Steve R Jones's Avatar
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    Apr 2011
    You can disable any service that you are certain you aren't using. Just keep track of what you disable in case something you need stops working.

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    And some services depend on others to work.

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    Junior Member ghostinshell's Avatar
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    Feb 2014
    no; generally anything above vista most of the services you need. why do you want to disable them?

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    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
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    Jul 2003
    United Kingdom: Bridlington

    If your usage and requirements are as you have described, then I would suggest that you leave well alone. You will not improve anything, and risk screwing everything up.

    What I would ask you, is why you asked the question in the first place? I guess that something is not working to your satisfaction?

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