Originally Posted by Konig
is there a way to maximize that
In case you're running Windows XP then here's something to get you busy.
The Ultimate Windows XP Optimizer Guide!!! + Tips!!! PART 1 by ENTERPRISE1701
The Ultimate Windows XP Optimizer Guide!!! + Tips!!! PART 2 by ENTERPRISE1701
Just don't stop any service you're not certain about. In case of doubt keep it as it already is otherwise your operating system might start to behave abnormally.
Also use common sense when deciding what to stop... I mean if for example a guide tells you to stop the "Print Spooler" service and you know you are going to be using that printer then simply discard the advice.
's a great website that should help you decide on a process when/if you feel it's uselessly hogging system resources.
Good luck and feel free to ask if you have additional questions that pop up along the way.