Okay, I think these questions might have been asked a lot, but I haven't really found a detailed answer yet (If there is one, please enlighten me ;)).
- Which services absolutely NEED to be started at system boot? (e.g. I get the feeling that I don't want XRDP all the time, but only when I want to control my Pi via RDP, yet the service is started at boot)
- With services like XRDP (which are only really doing anything when actively used), do they consume processing power at all when idling somewhere in the system's backyard (I actually don't know what services do in their free time ^^), so does it even matter if they run or not?
- And finally, what is the cleanest solution to prevent services from starting at system boot?
(By the way, you are dealing with a Windows user here, so keep your answers simple :P)