Step 1: Open Services
The first step is to open the Services tool. You can do this by pressing the Windows key + R, type “services.msc”, and hit Enter. This will open the Services window.
Step 2: Find Superfetch Sysmain
In the Services window, look for the Superfetch Sysmain service. You can find it by scrolling down the list or by using the search bar. Once you find it, right-click on it and select “Properties”.
Step 3: Stop the Service
In the Properties window, go to the “General” tab and click on the “Stop” button. This will stop the Superfetch Sysmain service. Make sure to select “Disabled” in the “Startup type” dropdown menu to prevent the service from starting automatically.
Step 4: Disable Sysmain
In addition to disabling Superfetch Sysmain, you may also want to disable the Sysmain service. To do this, follow the same steps as above but find the Sysmain service instead. Stop the service and set the “Startup type” to “Disabled”.
Step 5: Restart Your System
After disabling Superfetch Sysmain and Sysmain, it is recommended to restart your system to apply the changes.
Step 6: Check Your System Performance
Once your system has restarted, check its performance to see if disabling Superfetch Sysmain and Sysmain has improved it. You may notice faster startup times and lower disk usage.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Superfetch Sysmain?
- Does disabling Superfetch Sysmain affect system performance?
- Is it safe to disable Superfetch Sysmain?
- How do I enable Superfetch Sysmain?
- What is Sysmain?
Superfetch Sysmain is a Windows service that preloads frequently used applications into the system memory to improve performance.
Disabling Superfetch Sysmain may improve system performance by reducing disk usage and improving startup times.
Yes, it is safe to disable Superfetch Sysmain. However, make sure to check your system performance after disabling it to ensure that it has not caused any issues.
To enable Superfetch Sysmain, follow the same steps as above but set the “Startup type” to “Automatic”.
Sysmain is a Windows service that is responsible for managing and maintaining system performance. It works together with Superfetch Sysmain to improve system performance.