Applications, services and Windows Features are clearly categorized to help you decide what functions you don' t need during the Booster Mode is active. These settings can be saved in "Booster Profiles" to switch between different scenarios.
Include & Exclude Lists
AppBooster may terminate a process or service you need. If you experience any problems or missing features during the Booster Mode you can adjust a detailed exclude list to avoid future problems. If there are any applications which are NOT automatically closed (maybe because they are missing in the database) you can add them to an include list. Optionally you can send us this database to help us improve our database.
AppBooster contains a database with information about the importance and usefulness of background applications, services and windows features. Most of the running processes are not needed if you focus on performance e.g. Windows Designs and support for Mobile Devices. These processes will be terminated by AppBooster and reinitialized after the Booster Mode has been stopped.
Boost & Reset
AppBooster doesn' t need a reboot, neither for shutting applications and services down nor for restarting previously running applications.
Instead of manually launching AppBooster you can create shortcuts for applications which should be boosted. An AutoBoost Shortcut launches a Booster Profile and opens the linked application.