Control Startup Programs in Windows XP

12 02 2008

Windows has an inbuilt tool which allows you to control startup programs.

  1. Go to Start
  2. Click on Run
  3. Type msconfig
  4. Press Enter

Once you have the program opened, go to the Startup tab at the top (the last tab). Here you’ll find a list of programs that are set to start with Windows. The ones that are checked are currently the ones that start with Windows. Un-tick any programs in the list you do not wish to have run when Windows boots.

msconfig_startup

If you are not sure what a program is in the list, you should probably leave it checked.

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6 responses

22 07 2009
david

thanks guys, good to get free(lly given) help.

i call it the web spirit (see link)

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8163190.stm

16 08 2010
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29 07 2011
wassaj

thanks…

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8 08 2013
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5 02 2014
rakesh

thanks i had resolved my start up problem thanks a lot

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