Quick Startup

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The information that tells Windows to automatically start these items can be located in a number of places, ranging from a software group on your Start Menu, to certain initialization files that are executed when Windows starts, to one of many places in the system registry. Quick Startup lets you centrally manage all of these items using one single interface.

Using the Quick StartUp you can easily add, remove, edit, disable, and enable any and all of these "startup items" in order to keep your system's boot-up process as fast and efficient as possible. When you turn on your computer certain applications, drivers, and services are automatically started at the beginning of each Windows session.

The information that tells Windows to automatically start these items can be located in a number of places, ranging from a software group on your Start Menu, to certain initialization files that are executed when Windows starts, to one of many places in the system registry. The StartUp manager tool lets you centrally manage all of these items using one single interface. Using the StartUp manager you can easily add, remove, edit, disable, and enable any and all of these "startup items" in order to keep your system's boot-up process as fast and efficient as possible.

How do I find out if a software that starts automatically is necessary:

When you select a startup entry in the list, StartUp Manager displays detailed information on the software in the Details box at the bottom of the window. You can easily determine whether or not you wish to have the software started on the basis of the Product name and Company. If you have never heard of the company or the product, then the entry is probably not needed.You can also find it's more information from internet ,to do this,right click your mouse and select 'Search Google' on the popup menu.

Deactivating and deleting entries:

Unmark the check box in front of an entry to disable it, and the software will no longer be started the next time you start Windows. In this way, you can find out for certain whether the entry is needed. If something doesn't work properly the next time you start Windows, all you have to do is select the check box again. If you are certain that you no longer need an entry, you can remove it from the list entirely by clicking 'Delete this entry'.

Adding a new startup entry:
If you wish to add a software to one of the startup folders yourself, click 'Add program…'.
Enter the name of the desired software in the dialog and enter the directory path of the software file in the Path/Command Line box. You can use the Find button to help you find the file.
You may also edit any of the existing listed items in order to move them from one location to another, change their software description, or update the command line that is being used to start the item.

 

Features:

  • Browse all startup entries in an elegant list view.
  • Security risk rating for startup entries.
  • Get detailed information about individual startup entries.
  • Add, edit or delete startup entries
  • Simple and User friendly interface

 

OS Requirements:

Win 2000/Win 2003/

Win XP/Vista/Win 7

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