Old services guide was better.

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    Anonymous
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    I think I liked the old services guide alot better.

    Dunno why, just seemed better.

    #1595 Reply
    Snakefoot
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    Hehe well I feel the new guide is more detailed and gives a better idea of why a service is recommended to set as disabled or not.

    Also the old guide was wasting a lot of space as there are very few services that actually changes between “Alone” “Modem” and “Network”.

    If you could pin point what would liked about the old guide, then I would happily look into the possibility of changing the new guide.

    For others who want to compare (and maybe come with ideas):

    New Guide

    Old Guide

    #1596 Reply
    Anonymous
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    AAah!!! I just wrote a whole thing and “forgot to provide an email” and now its all gone.

    Long story short, I dont like “Trim” “LocK” “DUN”, etc. Its good for newbs though so I guess its not too bad.

    Thanks for the link to the old guide though!

    #1597 Reply
    Snakefoot
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    Long story short, I dont like “Trim” “LocK” “DUN”, etc. Its good for newbs though so I guess its not too bad.

    Glad you recognize the newbies :) , because the problem I was having with the old guide was the inability to show whether a service was absolutely critical or just nice for most user to have set to Automatic.

    If you compare the old and new guide, then you will notice “Trimmed” disables several more services, even compared to “Alone”.

    Also many of the services recommended for “Net”work is actually not required to access the Internet, but for the Microsoft File Sharing Protocol.

    Any particular reason why you don’t like the added comments ? (“Care”,”Lock”,”DUN”, etc.)

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