Disable Indexing Service

Before you learn how to disable the indexing service we'll explain you a little more about it. Windows has a build-in file indexer which is crawling the data on your harddisk(s) non-stop when Windows is running. This service is used so users can search for files faster. This Indexing Service can cause Windows to run slower as it needs a lot of resources, especially on PC's with not enough RAM. Learn below how to disable this Indexing Service.

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Disable Indexing Service

Disable Indexing Service in Windows 7, Vista and XP