RunViewer is a simple utility which allows you to see and disable programs your Windows and browser runs at startup. RunViewer helps you to find and disable spying programs and other software that you can't turn off without knowing right registry keys. Yo
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:32
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: RunViewer is a simple utility which allows you to see and disable programs your Windows and browser runs at startup. You can see the list of programs you have in various places of windows registry and remove the program from startup, if you don't want it to be started when you logon to windows or start your browser. Speed-up Windows boot time and increase computer performance by disabling useless programs. Virus programs, and worms also can add themself to startup list, write themself into the run registry keys, StartUp Folders or win.ini file. RunViewer helps you to find and disable spying programs and other software that you can't turn off without knowing right registry keys. If you has some sleazy web site taken over your browser, or getting pop up ads even when your browser has been closed for some time this can mean, that you was forcibly hijacked by malicious web sites. RunViewer showes you what objects where added to your browser and allowes to disable them, if you'll find them dangerous.
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