MSCONFIG in Win2000?

Posted on 2004-10-28
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
OK, so the Start > Run > MSCONFIG utility can come in handy in Win9x and WinXP where you can disable some or all startup services safely.  How come Win2000 doesn't come with this useful tool?   Or is there another name for it?

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    Hello exhaust =)

    get it from here and use it >>
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    Thanks much to both of you for the concise information.  I find SheharyaarSaahil's link more detailed.
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    glad u found it useful :)
    Cheers ^_^

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