What services should I disable to increase the performance of my computer?

1. Unnecessary Startup Items: Disable any unnecessary startup programs to reduce the amount of resources being used at start-up.

2. Unused Network Services: Disable any network services that you don’t need, such as file sharing or print sharing.

3. Disk Cleanup: Use Windows Disk Cleanup to delete temporary files and other unneeded data.

4. Unused Programs: Uninstall any programs that you don’t use on a regular basis.

5. Unnecessary Visual Effects: Windows includes a large number of visual effects that can bog down performance. Go to Control Panel > System > Advanced > Performance Settings and uncheck the items you don’t need.

6. Automatically Update Programs: Consider disabling any applications that auto-update in the background.