How to manage/remove startup Programs in Windows 7

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Email Address Optional, unless you would like to hear back from us: On these versions of Windows, you can simply open your Start menu, locate a shortcut to an application you want to start automatically, right-click it, and select Copy. The program will now open the next time you start the computer. A popup window will ask if you want to reboot the computer. I think guest is assuming u've used the registry before. Any program that you don't want it to load anymore on startup, simply uncheck the box beside that program's name. Click on MSConfig in the search results.

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Jan 26,  · Start | Run line, and on the Startup tab, uncheck the programs you don't want to start automatically. However, if I were you, I wouldn't do this just for the purpose of running the minimum number of programs. Despite what many people tell you, you should be concerned, not with how *many* of these programs you run, but *which*. Dec 08,  · How to make old programs work on Windows 7 Hi all: I ran across this today, and since there seem to be a lot of people having trouble with older programs on Windows 7, I thought I'd pass it along. ACT (Application Compatibility Toolkit) is . On Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows, the Start menu contained a “Startup” folder to make this easy. On these versions of Windows, you can simply open your Start menu, locate a shortcut to an application you want to .