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I do a lot of development work on my PC and therefore i have lot of Databases etc running in the background. These services and processes tend to slow down my computer lot. now when i wan't to play a resource hungry game such as Doom, i have to manullly stop all the services and proecess to free enough system resources to ply the game. is there i tool with i could create custom software profile. Now when i choose the gaming profile it stops all the other processes and services and when i want to work in development mode it launches all the processes and starts the services. Please someone help me!!! I doent wan't to create another user account or uses a DOS Batch File. Its there another way?
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