Which Services does a Home Network Need? Tags: Configuration Computers Shutdown Windows XP Last response: August 28, 2007 2:14 PM in Windows XP Share elrodvoss June 3, 2007 5:07:53 AM Ive been trying to cut down on the number of programs that run in the back ground of my computer, and im curious on what services are needed to transfer files from 1 computer to another. Ive already shut down most of the items that I dont need. Like indexing, it always slows down my computer are the worst times, etc. Anyways I want to make sure that im not shutting down needed files for my home network. More about : services home network hubbardt July 6, 2007 3:56:07 PM Try this link 8) dunklegend August 28, 2007 2:14:52 PM Just be aware that turning off some services will indirectly shut off other services. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCombining Multiple Internet Connections for a Home Network ForumDoes MSN require WM for all services ? ForumHome office network /LAN woes ForumHome Network Question: New Router Needed? E4200V2 vs. Netgear N900 ForumHow many network adapters does a standalone PC need ? ForumFolding@ Home : THGC Needs You -Team 40051 ForumHow to enable services msc local services in windows XP Home Edition, which is d Forumbest way to set up home network manually ForumWhich CAT cable do I use to wiring my home network ? ForumEnterprise style network build at home ForumIs there a way to "wall off" one computer on a home network ? ForumXP Home network problem ForumWhat SERVICEs does DISK DEFRAG need to operate properly? Forum"Using XP Home Fax utility after setting up a network " ForumNeed advice on setting up our home network . Forumsvchost.exe network services problem ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumWhich Backup Software to use? ForumNeed help installing win xp in dell optiplex GX110 ForumInstalling XPSP2 on external USB HDD need some info plz More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !