This only works if I am an administrator, but sadly enough on most public machines this is still the case.
Also most machines run DeepFreeze, so any changes I make are undone at the next reboot.
The batch files I am using are:
- FixRegistry.cmd fixes some things in the registry, which makes it easier to execute the other batch files.
- saj.cmd (stop-all-junk): stops unneeded services and kills many common unwanted applications
- sas.cmd (stop-all-services): stops additional services that are not really needed.
- sarj.cmd (stop-all-root-junk): Stops some processes that I can not stop as a normal admin,
I need to run it with this special command:
psexec.exe -s C:\bin\sarj.cmd
You can download the batch files from my download page.
If you don't already have the SysInternals PsTools package, you can download it here