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Over time as you install more and more software you may start to notice that it takes longer and longer for your computer to startup. More likely than not, this is probably because many applications these days hook into your Windows Startup process and automatically load up each time you start your computer. For some applications, that’s a good thing (Anti-Virus, Firewall, etc…) and I’m OK with it, however for the majority of apps out there it’s just a resource which are doing nothing more than taking up memory, cpu and extending my startup times.So it needed to be be remove.
As always, we have a solution for our groovyReaders out there! By using the Microsoft Configuration tool (msconfig.exe) we can quickly and easily audit what’s running at startup and disable the things we would prefer to just start manually after boot.
“What is the MSConfig Utility?”
MsConfig.exe has been around for awhile. It’s a Microsoft built utility so you can trust it as well. Essentially it’s used to reconfigure your startup items within all Windows 7, Vista, or XP as well as several other things so you need to be careful (I thought of the spiderman reference here “With great power comes great responsibility”) as you play around with it. If you stick to the Step-by-Step How-To below, you should be fine.
How To Disable Startup Applications In Windows
Click the WIN+RTypemsconfig and PressEnter or Clickthe msconfig.exe program link.
From within the System Configuration tool, ClickStartup tab and then Uncheck theprogram boxes that you would like to prevent from starting when Windows starts. ClickOK to save changes when you are done.
Now that you’ve saved changes RestartWindowsand the selected programs should no longer automatically start up.