Unnecessary Services/Daemons loaded at boot
Can anyone make suggestions as to services/daemons that are enabled (by default at boot) by most distros that can be safely disabled to save system resources/ in situations where you want to be conservative with resources?
Obviously a system's function/purpose/intended use will determine whether or not major stuff like samba, ftp etc will be loaded.... but there has got to be a bunch of "helper" services that are not completely necessary in most situations (examples would be items such as disk indexing, clipboard manager, disk space watcher, etc).
I was hoping for a list of both the service/daemon as well as where/how to disable it.
any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.