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Windows 2000 boot consumes 40M of memory and secret tricks are open



Win2000 boot consumes 40M of RAM and secret tricks are open. Warm-up: Kill the startup items. What startup items are loaded in 2000? (The low-level rookie startup settings in 'Programs' -> 'Startup' are not discussed here.) Open the control panel -> Computer Management -> System Information (left window) -> Software Environment -> ;Start the program...At this time the right window lists all the startup items the 'command' corresponds to the loaded software command and the rightmost 'location' is the location of the startup item in the registry. Except for the Synchronization Manager that cannot be deleted any startup items can be deleted. Just follow the 'location' on the right to find the corresponding registry and delete it where 'HU' stands for HKEY_USERS and 'HKLM' stands for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE...Of course it is not necessary for the program you want to run at startup Delete for example I kept the 4D deluxe driver (it is so easy to use). For safety reasons it is recommended to use the 'Export List' on the toolbar of the 'Computer Management' window to save all the startup items you see as a txt file before making changes so that you can restore it when you regret it (you can also back up the registry).
Enter the topic: NT and 2000 are most different from 9x in that NT and the things that run when 2000 is started are mainly 'services'. Open the control panel->management tool->services...The right window shows the name description startup category and other information of all services (please open the window to the largest size so as to widen the 'description' column to enjoy one by one ) the 'started' in 'status' is the culprit that is currently consuming your memory. Double-click it and look at the 'executable file path' to know what services are the various processes running in the task manager Up. Use the 'Export List' on the toolbar to make a backup of the open status of each service in the current normal state. The services that must be turned on are listed below and the rest are all killed...
  Event log the function itself depends on the 'description' (the same below) if it is not turned on there will only be one on the desktop The wallpaper is unavailable...
  Network Conections without this there will be no network dial-up. Those who do not surf the Internet can disable this service;
  Plug and Play disabling will cause 2000 to be unavailable;< BR>  Remote Access Connection Manager disabling it will not be able to create a network dial-up nor can it save the established network dial-up those who do not have the Internet can disable it;
  Remote Procedure Call (RPC) too many services need it (such as the above Remote Access Connection Manager) so it cannot be disabled and the state is weird after it is disabled;
  Telephony Remote Access Connection Manager needs it and those who do not surf the Internet can disable it; When some system information is used (for example when the dependency of a certain service item is to be displayed) an error will occur. Because I wanted to learn more about it in the initial stage of using 2000 so I did not disable it. Note that after this item is activated 'Started' may not be displayed.
In addition to the above seven services the rest of the services can be set to 'manual' for 'automatic' and 'disabled' for 'manual'. Setting method: double-click the service item and change the 'startup type'. can. There are a few particularly stubborn ones who are still stubborn after setting it to 'manual'. You can further set it to 'disabled'...
After turning off 17 services the boot memory usage dropped from 55M to42M :-) everything is normal in use...Because everyone's application range is different the above settings may turn off too many services and cause some functions you need to fail to operate normally; It is also possible that too many unnecessary services have been turned on (such as those who are not on the Internet and the Telephony which takes up the most memory etc.). At this time you need your own judgment and adjustment to customize the weight-loss plan that is most suitable for you. ......
Slimming plan DIY: Event log Plug and Play and Remote Procedure Call (RPC) are the three services that must be started. As long as these three items are available 2000 will always be available less In any of the three items 2000 will die or work strangely (it is recommended to turn on Windows Management Instrumentation to view the 'dependency' for adjustment). In addition all other services are at your disposal. Pay attention to the 'description' of the service so you can guess which service you want and which you don't. If your xxx is not working properly you can try to start the service you think is relevant by double-clicking the service item and pressing the 'Start' button below to start it (the gray buttons must be set to 'manual' or 'automatic' 'Restart afterwards) if it works normally with xxx it means that this is what you need and you can set this service to 'manual' or 'automatic'. If you want to disable a certain service first double-click it to jump to the 'Dependency' tab pay attention to the following 'Services that depend on xxx' if it shows 'No dependency' or none of the listed services you want Only when it is turned on can it be set to 'manual' or 'disabled' (otherwise it is useless) and then restart... everything is normal? ok then it succeeded.
Challenge the limit: If you think it’s not enough to keep only the three major services and you want to reduce them to try your luck it doesn’t matter. If 2000 is dead due to this just press F8 when you turn on the phone and select 'Last Success' 'Settings' or enter the safe mode VGA mode and then change the service to restore.?Complete Handbook of Windows 2000 Operating Skills (Part 1)

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