This post is part of the 17 Tips Series on How to Make Windows Run Faster.
Indexing service is a feature of Windows, which consumes of lots of system resources and RAM. The purpose of indexing services of Windows is to index files and folders in your Hard Disk so as to speed up their searching. But, in practice, it has been seen that most people do not use these services, and it is often very helpful to run Windows faster, if you consider to disable these services.
How you can disable indexing services to run Windows faster
Few simple steps…
- Click Start > Control Panel.
- Open Add or Remove Programs
- Click on Add or Remove Windows Components
- Uncheck the Indexing Service
- Complete the process
See also the other 16 tips to How to Make Windows Run Faster.