Excessive Windows 'Services' being introduced

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    Windows 10, Mageia Linux 6, FreeNAS, Zentynal
       23 Feb 2017 #1

    Excessive Windows 'Services' being introduced

    I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but have a look at 'services.msc' and see the hoard of additional services that are being added each time there is a new update it seems. My gosh. Does anyone think there is a bit of redundancy with some of these?

    I have some services like: 'Token Broker' that have a description of: "<Failed to Read Description. Error Code: 15100>" This might (in itself) be due to myself manually stopping some of the RT/Win Store services...which I do not use whatsoever.

    I am running Win 10 Pro IP 15031.rs2_release.170204-1546 (64 bit).

    Does anyone know if some of these might be there for testing purposes until something more 'official' comes out?

    Any thoughts?

    ARS N9NU
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  2.    24 Feb 2017 #2
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