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Chapter 3.  Configuring System Software ... > Add or remove system components or f...

3.5. Add or remove system components or features

Windows 2000 installs a lot of components during setup, including perhaps some you don't want, like the Fax service or games. So you might at some point want to remove a component or two. You also might determine that Setup didn't install all the components you want to use, and you want to add a component or two. For example, you might want to remove the Accessibility Wizard, games, HyperTerminal, or other accessories if you never use them, particularly on a server. Removing a component removes not only its files, but also its services, if any.

3.5.1. Using the Windows Components Wizard to remove components

Like Windows 9x, Windows 2000 provides a wizard to help you automate the process of adding or removing system components. You'll find the Add/Remove Programs object in the Control Panel and the Windows Components Wizard as an option in Add/Remove Programs.


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