By "turn off" I assume you mean "don't turn on", because if you don't set up a mail account, enable Unite, or download a torrent with the built in client, these features will use the same amount of memory as they would disabled.
An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft has decided that the last thing it needs in this economy is some combination of the following: fines, legal bills, and a delay of Windows 7. It has offered to adopt the European Union's preferred solution for bowser competition: a browser selector screen at startup. http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2009/07/microsoft-caves-to-eu-pressure-will-offer-browser-ballot.ars http://yro.slashdot.org/story/09/05/30/2011248/EU-Wants-Multiple-Browser-Bundling-On-New-PCs?art_pos=1"
Lxy writes "After Xiotech purchased Seagate's Advanced Storage Architecture division, rumors circulated around what they were planning to do with their next-generation SAN. Today at Storage Network World, Xiotech answered the question. The result is quite impressive, a SAN that can practically heal itself, as well as prevent common failures. There's already hype in the media, with much more to come. The official announcement is on Xiotech's site."