The Windows Privacy Manager allows you to disable or enable Windows services that might not be needed daily. Furthermore, most of these services communicate with servers over the internet. Microsoft is a trusted Software Developing Company; however, in some situations a user might not want to have services enabled or disabled automatically!

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Following Windows services can be enabled /disabled:

1. Internet time synchronization

Maintains date and time synchronization on all clients and servers in the network.


2. Automatic download and updates

Enables the detection, download and installation of updates for Windows and other Software.


3. Background downloads

Transfers files in the background using idle network bandwidth, automatically download programs.


4. Network information

Maintains list of computers on the network and supplies this list to computers designated as browsers.


5. Remote registry manipulation

Enables remote users to modify registry settings.


6. Online error reporting

Allows errors to be reported via the internet.


7. Events logging

Logging events, querying events, subscribing.


8. Remote connection

Allows remote user(s) to connect to this computer.


9. Windows tracking

Tracks every user activity in Windows.


10. NTFS Logging

NTFS last-accessed time-stamp.

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