This post is about ActiveX installer, Background intelligent transfer, BranchCache, Certificate propagation Windows system services:
1) ActiveX installer: ActiveX installer Windows service is used for validating the installs for ActiveX control for a website when it is viewed in Internet Explorer. For some sites, ActiveX control needs to be installed for the user to view the site. ActiveX installer validates if ActiveX control should be installed for a particular website.
2) Background intelligent transfer: Background intelligent transfer Windows service is used for transferring data, downloading system, Windows and other updates in the foreground or background. If this service is disabled then automatic Windows updates will not happen.
3) BranchCache: BranchCache Windows service is used for providing a local cache functionality for files in a remote location. It is used for a corporate set up. If you are using your computer at home, then this service is not required for you and you can disable it.
4) Certificate propagation: Certificate propagation Windows service is used for reading a certificate from the smart card inserted by the user in a computer. A smart card reader is required for this service to work. If you have no plans for using a smart card reader then this Windows service can be disabled for your computer.