Windows Needs Gaming Boot Mode



Windows needs a basic bootmode for gaming that stops all
unnecessary services and processes from loading in the RAM
and running in the background. Like in MSCONFIG
you select GAME BOOT then restart your machine with networking
to play these more sophisticated games like Battlefield series
or flight simulators or whatever.

It would be so nice of Microsoft to make an update to
Win Vista to allow such a boot from MSCONFIG.
( WITHOUT CHARGING MORE THAN THEY ALREADY DO
WHICH IS ALMOST THE SAME PRICE AS A MACHINE ITSELF )



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Relevant Pages

  • Re: Windows Needs Gaming Boot Mode
    ... unnecessary services and processes from loading in the RAM ... Like in MSCONFIG ... starting any games. ...
    (microsoft.public.windows.vista.security)
  • Re: rundll
    ... Articles and Tutorials section choose the "system configuration utility". ... This will have a link for running msconfig. ... to look in one place and see what's loading. ... except for the registry or startup reference. ...
    (microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support)
  • Re: regarding what is sttray.exe-entry point not found
    ... A user should only use msconfig for troubleshooting problems, although it could be used for stubborn programs until you find a way to disable them otherwise. ... Open the program/s in question and check their options to see if they have one to disable it from loading on boot. ... Look in the Registry under these keys to either remove the entry or comment it out to disable it from loading on boot: ...
    (microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support)
  • Re: How do I diagnose a slow Vista Home Basic machine?
    ... it on the next reboot. ... The computer doesn't really have enough RAM. ... You can use msconfig to stop some of these programs from ... third party programs that can be used to 'tweak' Windows. ...
    (microsoft.public.windows.vista.general)
  • RE: Low on virtual memory: Winlogon
    ... under startup check what programs are loading and note them down. ... reboot the machine, see if you can log in normally if you can and the system is stable, load up task manager and see which process's have been loaded up. ...
    (microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support)