>>There could be a number of consequences to your tweak. First, the registry entries that you change have nothing to do with AOL, they are general settings…<<
Excuse me? One entry disabled the MSConfig folder; the other targeted another specific
location. And these indirect methods have “nothing to do” with AOL because like I mentioned
, AOLacsd.exe is required and can’t be directly disabled!
>>Second, it seems like an awful lot of work to go through to get rid of a process that really doesnt take up that much as far as system resources goes.<<
That process actually launches three
(aoltpspd.exe, aoltsmon.exe, AOLacsd.exe) applications genius. And these take up disproportionate resources, especially for a browser, irregardless of whether it’s even used. Boot time is dramatically faster with them incapacitated as well.
>>For these reasons, I removed the majority of your post.<<
Real nice dude, welcome a new user by censoring them. And for reasons were you didn’t even get your facts straight. What’s the name of this forum again? Censorship To Go?
Edited by heydrich, 08 November 2005 - 12:10 AM.