Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

in Windows XP

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Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

When, you Start your Computer, that time, many programs loads which are called Startup Program. Some Startup Programs are Visible and some are Invisible to you. After Starting your Computer, if you notice to your Desktop very carefully, you will Watch, some Programs are coming one by one in the Desktop Screen. The Invisible Startup Programs will be loaded in behind of the Windows XP Desktop. When your Startup Programs is running, that time, your Mouse Buttons will not work properly. After, loading all the Startup Programs, you can use the Mouse Buttons for your work.

When you start your Computer with Windows XP, that time, many programs will load in your Computer. Usually, you Install many kinds of Softwares in your Computer, such as, Anti Virus Software (Avast, McAfee, Norton, Symantec, Avira, Kaspersky), Compression Software (Win RAR, Win Zip), Graphics Software (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator), Browser Software (Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome), File Sharing Software (Bit Comet, Bit Torrent, uTorrent), Flash Player Software (Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Shockwave Player, Adobe Air), Messaging & Chat Software (Google Talk, Skype, Nimbuzz, Yahoo Messenger), Download Manager Software (Internet Download Manager, Download Accelerator Plus), Microsoft Office Software, Multimedia Software (Windows Media Player, VLC Player, KM Player, Winamp Player, Klite Codec Player, Power DVD Player, Herosoft Player, Jet Audio Player), PDF Software (Adobe Reader, Adobe Writer) etc.

Some people say that, my Computer is very Slow after Starting or after Restarting. But, they have no Idea why is your Computer is running slow after Starting or after Restarting. The main reason is the Startup Programs.

If you Install many Softwares in your Computer, that time, that Softwares will be loaded through the Startup Programs after Starting your Computer. If you Install a few Softwares in your Computer, that time, that Softwares will be loaded through the Startup Programs after Starting your Computer. It is not the proper solution for this problem. May be, you need to Install many Softwares in your Computer for your Daily Work. You can not minimize or decrease that Important Softwares because of Startup Programs problem.

Sometimes, Startup Programs take much more Harddisk Memory to do the Process work. That’s why, your Computer will be Slow. Sometimes, your Computer will be hanged through the Startup Programs after Starting your Computer. Some Computer Viruses will be Activated through the Startup Programs after Starting your Computer.

So, you have to Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility to Speed Up your Computer after Starting your Computer. You will also be protected from Startup Programs Viruses. You Computer will not be Hanged after Starting your Computer to click the Mouse Buttons.

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

1. At first, click “Start Menu” from your “Task Bar”

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

2. Click “Run…”

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

3. Type “msconfig” and click “OK” (“System Configuration Utility” will appear)

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

4. Click “Startup” tab

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

5. Click the “Tick Mark” to “Uncheck” the “Programs” which you do not want to load in “Startup Programs” and click “OK”

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

6. Click “OK” again

Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility

7. Click “Start”

In this way, you can Remove Startup Programs from System Configuration Utility in your Computer. If you like the post, Please leave a comment

 
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