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OK to kill these processes before starting FS9?

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Before starting FS9, I want to close down as many processes that I shall not be using for the duration. I am reasonably aware (I think) which processes are vital and which are not, and I have double-checked online that my list is all non-essential stuff. Even so, if anyone can spot any unforeseen problems with closing down any of the following (using pskill), I'd be very glad to hear. Needless to say, I do not need Bluetooth, wireless networks, virus scans, Norton Ghost update schedulers etc. etc. etc. running and taking up CPU time and memory whilst MSFS is running: they will all restart on reboot of course.The processes I have targeted to 'blitz' are as below. (BTW, I do know of FSStart, but a simple batch file has a lower profile: I have my system processes as I want them already).Thanks for any comments,Martin S.-------- AluSchedulerSvc.exe avgamsvr.exe avgemc.exe avgupsvc.exe BTSTAC~1.exe BTTray.exe DellWMgr.exe dot1xcfg.exe EvtEng.exe iFrmewrk.exe jusched.exe OEM02Mon.exe PCMService.exe S24EvMon.exe stsystra.exe SynTPEnh.exe VProSvc.exe WLKEEPER.exe ZCfgSvc.exe


Martin Stebbing, EGLF (UK)

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Hi,Here's an extensive list of services you can and can not disable in various circumstancesservices for WinXPhttp://www.blackviper.com/WinXP/servicecfg.htmor Vistahttp://www.blackviper.com/WinVista/servicecfg.htm


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".. I have my system processes as I want them already."Slip of the keyboard! System Services, I meant! :-)


Martin Stebbing, EGLF (UK)

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Thanks - I have already been on that site and set the services as I want them, and things run fine. It's just those few processes that I wanted to double-check,M. :-)


Martin Stebbing, EGLF (UK)

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Guest Nealoc187

you can shut down those three AVG processes - they are just your AVG antivirus - I shut them down when I use flight sim.

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I am flying long-haul at the moment, having closed down the list above - can see no disadvantages as yet


Martin Stebbing, EGLF (UK)

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