Lots of suggestions there on how to decide what processes are wanted.
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From the list that you offered before, I can only offer clear advice on one: dumprep 0 -k. I would need to see what Scotty shows to better understand the others. My Vox has a list of good places to look for info on the process names.
dumprep 0 -k is a process that begins to run after a system crash.(Blue Screen) It is not essential, and will begin again after any crash. It is harmless and of little or no benefit. It can be safely disabled.
Actually, anything that Scotty offers can be "safely" disabled. It may be, however, that you want certain things running because of the functionality they provide. It is OK to 'Disable' things in WinPatrol and then see how everything runs. Remember-it's easy to change your mind, and no harm has resulted. Go back to the list and "Enable." It is best to do this one-at-a-time so you know what did what.
Discovering which process goes with which program is very helpful as you do this. That is why I also very much like free Process Explorer. You can read my explanation of what I call "Super Taskmanager" here: http://www.5starsupp...?showtopic=8275
I do not know how you use your computer, and how you have your system configured. I cannot say "stop this, keep that," because I may be limiting the function of programs you need and want. I can offer you tools and information to help you make informed decisions. That is my goal.