There are applications that you use every day, and you start them when you need them. There are other applications, which youd want to start with Windows (autostart) and let them run for as long as you keep using the computer; those are utility ones. And, certainly, there are applications that you DONT want to start automatically; nevertheless, they just do it regardless to your opinion. Youd like to control that «application zoo» and be able to decide which programs do have the right to start when they want to, and which ones dont. An easy, simple and effective way of controlling the startup issues is Startup Master software.
Startup Master provides you with the full control on applications starting automatically, despite of the startup method they use. An impudent program can run itself through the Startup menu or through the special registry key, for only user of the computer or for all users in any case, Startup Master will spot it and show on the list of startup applications, which you have full control of.
You can delete any software from the startup list or add whichever software you want to it by simply dragging it do the applications window. You can apply a variety of filters to the list. Startup Master provides not only the eventual control but also a permanent notification system; in other words, youll be notified every time whenever some cunning program decides to set itself for the automatic startup, and you will be the one who decides whether to allow or to block it.
Startup Master maintains a full log of its actions and allows you to undo any of them if you have changed your mind.
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