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Optimizing the Location of the Boot Files
Windows Defender
Windows Error Reporting Service
Windows Firewall
Windows Management Instrumentation
Windows Search
Workstation
Recommended Service Configuration
The bare-bones system service setup is great for optimal performance, but you
are eliminating a lot of the helpful features that make Windows 8 cool and new.
Check out my list of recommended services to disable:
Bluetooth Support
DHCP Client
Function Discovery Provider Host
Function Discovery Resource Publication
Group Policy Client
HomeGroup Listener
HomeGroup Provider
Network Connected Devices Auto-Setup
Peer Name Resolution Protocol
Peer Networking Grouping
Peer Networking Identity Manager
Portable Device Enumerator
Terminal Services
Touch Keyboard and Handwriting Panel Service
Windows Error Reporting Service
Disabling these least commonly used services provides a good balance between
saving boot time and keeping the cool new Windows 8 features and application
compatibility.
Optimizing the Location of the Boot Files
The speed at which your files are read depends on your physical hard drive
access speed and where the files are located in your hard drive. To increase the
speed of your boot, you want to have the files used to boot your computer in a
location that will allow the fastest read speed possible.
 
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