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How to delete programs coming up when i start my pc?

Hi,How to delete programs coming up when i start my pc,there are nearly 3 items coming up when i start my pc.

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7 Responses to “How to delete programs coming up when i start my pc?”

  1. Something Needs Changing said:

    start, run msconfig, startup…be careful what you remove

  2. SHARAD PANWAR said:

    go to RUN
    Type MSCONFIG
    Go to start up & uncheck the program that you want should not run.

  3. william s said:

    run msconfig startup delete programs you
    do’nt need for startup
    bill

  4. Mickey L said:

    1. Open your Start menu.
    2. Click Run
    3. In the command screen type “msconfig.exe”
    4. In the “system configuration utility”,click either “service” or “startup” tab
    5. Uncheck all programs that your are no longer using.
    6. Click “OK”
    Hope this helps!
    http://www.delete-computer-history.com/slow-boot-up.html

  5. Tech_guy said:

    Remove and files in the startup folder by deleting them (this will not uninstall the program just the link to the program)
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/258578

    You can set msconfig to a clean boot by following the link.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310353

  6. Ed said:

    Before you go to msconfig go to start, programs, startup and delete any programs there.

    Then try again, if this does it then go to msconfig and:

    Go to start then run and type in msconfig. Then ok.
    To control what boots up goto msconfig. There is a boot up tab check or uncheck the boxes, to disable or abel each item. Also because you disable an Item this does not prevent you from using anything you disable, it only prevents it from booting up when you start computer. If you want to use an Item you disable from booting up just click on it, and it will start. There are a few essentials you need when booting up, normally 4 or 5 plus virus and firewalls controls if you have them. I have an HP mine are PS2, REC GUARD, KBD, CCAPP. Just rember because when you don’t boot it up it is still usable but you gain a lot of ram memory. Also you can call the manufacter and they will give you the esstials for booting up. So you understand KBD stands for key board PS2 stands for mouse.

    Hope this helps

  7. Matt said:

    WAIT if you try and start your computer fresh you have to be careful of the windows updates because you need all of them to access every windows program on your computer.




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