Speed up Slow Windows Startup With ‘Disable Startup’

Satheesh C B | Monday, March 29, 2010 | 1 comments

Many of you concerned about the poor performance of your Windows computer due to the number of programs that run at system startup.Most of them will appear in the System Tray in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen - next to the clock. Programs like MSN, AOL, Skype, ICQ, RealPlayer, usually  runs at the background without user's knowledge, thus using up RAM and processing power in turn causing our computer to be sluggish, waste memory and resources of your computer.This also  slow down the boot drastically.So turning off  these programs could be to free up memory to increase system performance.

One way to configure startup programs is  to click Start, Run, enter msconfig, choose the Startup tab, and uncheck unwanted startup programs  and finally restart Windows.Here is a free tool called ‘Disable Startup’  which  can scan all Windows Startups on your computer, and monitor all new startup items, helps you control, manage and optimize Windows Startup  configuration.This software can help you save system memory and resources by disable unnecessary programs. Disable Startup also monitor the start page of Internet Explorer; stop any change that you don't know.

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Disable Startup help you disable unwanted startup applications quickly and easy,lock your Windows Startups from changes. keep a constant eye on your system's startup entries and IE start pages, When ever a change is made, you will be notified and given a choice to either allow the change or not to change.

Download :Disable Startup  | 609KB | Os:Windows XP and Vista.

Also read : Speed up Slow Windows Startup With Startup Delayer

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