Django Reinhardt

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comment Will running this batch file cause permanent damage to a Windows 7 or Windows 2008 R2 installation?
@Bigbio2002 Thanks for the explanation!
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comment Will running this batch file cause permanent damage to a Windows 7 or Windows 2008 R2 installation?
That's good to hear, thanks!
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comment Services: Is there any real different between “Manual” and “Disabled”?
@Skybeam, So to answer my question... There's no difference between manual and disabled in terms of straight-up system resources?
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comment Services: Is there any real different between “Manual” and “Disabled”?
You suggest looking at BlackViper for a good guide to what can be disabled... but you'll note that in his "safe" configurations he'll often change "Manual" to "Disabled" because a user is never likely to need those services. Why would he do that if there was no system resource gain?
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