How to disable the Index Server in Windows VistaSurely you know that you can install and use Windows Vista in a correct way will need at least 1 GB of RAM and all processes running at the same time consume a lot of resources, but I regret to inform you that 1 GB of RAM not enough to meet the needs required by this operating system.
No choice will go to grain and we will explain how to disable one of these resources called index Server which consumes many resources of your PC and thus makes the system much slower. How to disable the Index Server:
The shape of deactivation is really very simple, first we have to know that it serves this service: This service has the function to repair most of the file system, this serves to expedite the search for them, but implementation reduced by 60 system performance, that is why we should turn it off.
1. First you have to click on the start menu and therefore the icon MY COMPUTER.
2. Click the right mouse button on the C: drive on my computer.
3. On the General tab, uncheck the Allow Indexing option INDEX DISC to speed the search.
4. And check the option to include subfolders and files.