I am currently running [EMAIL="Folding@Home"]Folding@Home[/EMAIL] as a background service in Windows XP x64 edition, folding proteins with my unused cpu cycles. However, there are times when I would like to disable it, such as when I'm playing a game or doing something that could potentially conflict with it. Is there a way to temporarily pause / disable a service and then reenabling it? I don't really want to go into the Windows Task Manager and forcefully "crash" the thing by hitting End Process. Just to add, the processes already are set to low priority.