How to Disable Error Reporting Service in Windows XP

For most Windows XP users, the “Do not send” box that pops up everytime a program crashes after killing it using the Windows Task Manager is annoying.

To disable it, do as follows:
The easy part. Taskbar tweak:
1. Go to 'Start'.
2. Point to 'My Computer'.
3. Right-click 'My Computer'.
4. Click the 'Advanced' tab.
5. Click the 'Error Reporting' button.
6. Mark 'Disable error reporting'.
7. Uncheck the 'But notify me when critical errors occur' box.
8. Click 'OK', 'Apply' and then click 'OK'.

Please be careful on this part. Services tweak:
1. Go to Start/Run and then type 'services.msc' (w/o the quotes).
2. In the right pane, click 'Standard'.
3. Look for the 'Error Reporting Service' entry and double-click it.
4. In the new window, click 'Stop' to stop the service.
5. In the 'Startup type' dropdown box, click 'Disable'.
6. Click 'Apply', 'OK' and then restart computer.