How to Remove Schedule Service from Windows 7

How to Remove Schedule Service from Windows 7

For those who find the Windows 7 schedule “useless” and never use it, it sounds annoying – one here is the only way to remove it.

Open up the Task Manager using Ctrl+Alt+Delete.

Open the ‘Services’ tab.

Scroll down and find ‘Schedule’ service.

If this is going on, do not stop it. You do not have access to stop it. Instead, right-click and click Go to go to the processing and delete process.

Schedule will be stopped. If it re-appears, repeat step 4 once more then it will stop it until you log back in.
Open RegEdit and go into HKLM/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/ and find Schedule and delete it. Repeat this for ControlSet002 and CurrentControlSet.

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