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  1. Hi, After the recent Windows 10 update, I noticed that my laptop was running a bit slower than normal. I receive your GPost daily updates and noticed the following article: https://www.groovypost.com/howto/fix-slow-after-installing-windows-10-feature-update/ I followed the recommended steps to modify startup, when I did a restart, the laptop has really slowed down which leaves me to wonder if something needed to stay enabled? In the process of reviewing what services were running or stopped, I discovered one service with which I'm not sure if it should be running or stopped? Here is a snapshot of the MSIServer service in question: Thank you for your direction as to whether this service should run or if it's okay to be stopped. harored