Windows 10 includes various Windows services that are important for the proper functioning of the operating system and software applications. These services can be disabled from the Services Management Console or from the command line in recovery mode. The command line in recovery mode can be used to disable services that are not accessible in the Services Management Console.
When Windows 10 is in recovery mode, the computer is running in a limited state and not all services are running. To access the command line in recovery mode, hold down the shift key while selecting “Restart” from the Start Menu. This will open the advanced options menu. Select “Troubleshoot”, followed by “Advanced Options”, and then select “Command Prompt”.
When the command line is open, the command “sc query” can be used to display a list of services that are running. The “sc stop” command can be used to stop a service. For example, to stop the Windows Update service, type “sc stop wuauserv”. The “sc config” command can be used to configure a service. To disable a service, type “sc config [service name] start= disabled”.
It is important to note that some services cannot be disabled in recovery mode. If a service cannot be disabled, it is usually because it is required for the operating system to function properly. In this case, it is best to leave the service enabled.
In addition to disabling services, the command line in recovery mode can also be used to enable services. To enable a service, type “sc config [service name] start= auto”. This will enable the service to start when Windows starts.
In conclusion, the command line in recovery mode can be used to disable and enable Windows services in Windows 10. It is important to note that some services cannot be disabled, as they are required for the operating system to function properly. The “sc query”, “sc stop” and “sc config” commands can be used to manage services in recovery mode.