Autorunman is a handy Windows startup manager. It searches a system for programs running automatically on Windows startup even those hiding themselves in the Registry. Enable and disable application with a single mouse click!
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:38
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Autorunman is a handy Windows startup manager. It searches a system for programs running automatically on Windows startup even those hiding themselves in the Registry. Autorunman allows the user to prevent startup of unwanted applications with a single mouse click. To give you a hint which programs to disable, Autorunman extracts additional info from executables. You can view Company and Product name, icon etc. for all applications found.
In addition Autorunman allows the user to edit startup properties for each application, including it's window state and backward compatibility.
If the info extracted from an executable is not complete, use the "Internet" button and Autorunman will query a WEB search system automatically to find additional info about the program.
Autorunman is extremely easy to use and understand. It will save much time for you and much memory for your computer.
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