Managing Windows Application When Startup Using Startup Master

Aaahh.. It is irritating when computer started to turn on and startup time is long. Is your computer also like this? If the answer is yes, probably the reason cause it happens is because there are a lot of program automatically run when the computer started to turn on. And those programs used to be called as startup program.

To overcome such matter, Startup Master is the right application. It’s also easy to use it. First of all, download Startup Master for free in this link:

Then do installation and directly run the application. Then when Startup Master firstly run, this application will directly show list of all startup program in your computer.

In the list, there will be an information, started from program name, location where the program installed, category, status, type and exists. So, in the list you can start to choose which less important program.

Managing Windows Application When Startup Using Startup Master

After that, you can directly erase or just non-activate it, so that the program won’t be run anymore when the computer on. So, when you want to delte it, you’d just have to click on delete button and click on disable button to non-activate it
Okay, sometimes you’ll feel a doubt to non-activate or delete the existed startup program, since you don’t understand much about the program’s function. But relax, Startup Master has been equipped by search button, which is functioned to find out information about the program via Firefox browser.

Startup Master is quite useful, isn’t it? So, in order to make your computer performance faster by non-activate less-important startup program, you can use this Startup Master. SOT also have similar type of software with Startup Master which is managing Windows startup. They are Startup Faster, and CCleaner.

Travis Brice is a computer technician and also father of two cute children. After 6 years of hard work at telecommunication company, he decides to quit his job and build his own business. Now he also writes for Spyontech on his spare time. He loves to write about operating system, especially Microsoft Windows.

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