how to enable and disable a startup program in windows

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how to enable and disable a startup program in windows

Post by army3700 on Thu Oct 02, 2008 9:39 am

hi all :)the startup program is when you open your Pc or LP (laptop) and start the welcome message of windows it open some of unwanted programs let says you dont want the yahoo messenger to be open automatically when you login to your windows desktop (ok but why do i want to do this? ok sometimes you want your pc to start faster, or maybe your pc was starting faster when it comes to you but after a while it start to open your desktop slowly, so  this  tutorial well help you to make your pc /lp  to login faster  Wink)

   i think you know how to do it but its not wrong to share some of what i know right? Wink
ok there are 2 ways to disable or enable the program in startup windows.
   first and the easiest way is from the program tool you can find a chick box next to "run program on startup" or something like that just click on it and then it will be disable to run the program on windows startup.
   the second is the better way to do it Wink in winXP:
step 1
click on:
Start --> Run
step 2 -----
write down "msconfig" then hit the Enter button on your keyboard
step 3 -----
it will open a {system Configuration Utility} window
go to the {startup} on the tap menu
step 4 -----
unmark the box for the unwanted programs to run.
step 5-----
when done click on "Ok" button then it will popup small window to make restart or not choose you can choose not and with the next time you restart your pc it will stop starting the unchecked programs
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for windows vista and 7
step 1
click on:
Start -->
step 2 -----
write down "msconfig" in the search box then hit enter
step 3 -----
it will open a {system Configuration} window
go to the {startup} on the tap menu
step 4 -----
unmark the box for the unwanted programs to run.
step 5-----
when done click on "Ok" button then it will popup small window to make restart or not choose you can choose not and with the next time you restart your pc it will stop starting the unchecked programs
hope i helped you
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