Turn Windows features on or off
Wednesday, September 7, 2011/
Many entrepreneurs prefer to use Windows but don’t enjoy some of the features that are associated with it, such as the Internet Explorer software, or various media features.
Thankfully there is a way to actually turn off some of the features that you don’t want.
To do so, open the Control Panel. There, open the “Programs and Features” option.
In the top-left hand side of the screen, you should see an option to “Turn Windows Features On or Off”.
Once you click that, you’ll be given a list of Windows options. There, you’ll be able to check or uncheck any features that you want to use, or get rid of. You can turn them back at any time.
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