Services your classroom PCs don't need
It's suddenly occured to me that there are some things that we leave running on clasroom desktop PC's (and laptops) that, in the interests of keeping disk space down and machines running smoothly and not getting bogged down with background tasks, especially with older and slower systems, we could do well without.
Two eamples are System Restore and switching off hibernation mode. We rarely use system restpre on desktop PCs and would much rather re-image to a clean working version of Windows than sit and faff around. It aso has the benefit of saving disk space and time when installign new software and updates.
And the removal of hiberfil.sys saves GB of space on hard drives.
Are there any other things that we can safely switch off to eak a little more out of our desktop systems?