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A tip in disabling Indexing Service By Markryan
Indexing Service is a program that process indexes and update lists of all contents and properties. This program uses a large amount of memory while processing. An example function of Indexing Service is when a user search for a document or a file, the system searches the file faster by scanning the indexed list. User who usually searches for files depending on the size or what they are looking for, Indexing may serve useful but still may not make your search much faster. As a result many users who prefer better performance have turned Indexing off and disabled them for good. With this tweaks, your PC will be running up to maximum speed just Follow these 6 easy steps in disabling Indexing Service:
1.Go to Start.
2.Choose and click the Control Panel.
3.Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
4.Select and click the Add/Remove Window Components.
5.Locate and uncheck the Indexing services.
6.Click next and the system will scan for changes.