If you are using Windows 8 or Windows 8.1Most likely you are already familiar with the actions of maintenance run automatic and periodically system. While some of these tasks are set to run only when the system is idle or not used, there are tasks that will run regardless of whether the user uses computer in those moments (watching a movie, running certain applications, playing a game, etc.). If you notice that system works much slower during running maintenance tasks and the applications you use start jerking or even become irresponsible, the simplest is to disable automatic running them by the system.
How to disable the automatic running of maintenance tasks in Windows 8.1?
Keep in mind! Daca disable automatic running maintenance tasks System is recommended running manual them from time to time, given that they keep system performance the optimal (or at least try).
- enter Windows Task Scheduler in Start Screen and click on the result displayed
- the left side of the open window, navigate to Task Scheduler Library> Microsoft> Windows > TaskScheduler
- the right will be displayed maintenance tasks set the system to run at certain hours (or according to various user actions or system); right click on the ones you want to disable (Usually those that are set to run at a certain timeWill run whether or not the system is used at that time), then select Disable menu displayed
After these settings, the system will not run tasks off. If you do not want to disable maintenance tasks system, but do not want to be bothered by this, you can change actions that trigger their run (only when the system is idleEtc.) or you can change the time which will run the respective tasks (Double-click on a task, then make changes require tab Triggers).
STEALTH SETTINGS - How to disable automatic maintenance tasks in Windows 8/8.1