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Extreme windows optimalization

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I would like to share something about WinXP SP1.0a optimizing. The goal is folding machine - computer that shall start on mains power on, shut on power off button, fold (that require acess to net) and share my files on it's hdd for eMule and in my home 12 computers network.

That it is, nothing else.

Machine is setup, so, Plug and Pray as well, as net services can be disabled - because there is no need to edit them anymore, etc.

I would welcome suggestions what MORE to optimize, tough.

Now I can manage that on one of the machines (PC chips M810L mobo):

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41MB ram used, and that is when looking at the machine by terminal, hehe. Cool, nope? But can be the rdclip, for example, removed? Or any other services there:

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And now the main question - what could be also disabled THERE - using the Sysinternals Autoruns utility:

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(a bit bigger image, but please let it stay for the optimitzing debate)
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