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Automatic program start-up not wanted on my computer

With Microsoft XP operating system, some programs start up automatically on bootup, others on logon. How do you disconnect those programs so they won't startup automatically, without uninstalling them? Some interfere with logging on. (As you can tell from the question, I'm far from a computer expert.)

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  • riceharris Mar 12, 2009

    Thank you! Like most computer things, very simple once you know what to do. Will save me a lot of aggravation.

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Click on Start, the run. In the box type in msconfig.

Click on the startup tab. Uncheck each program you do not want to start up with your computer. Keep in mind that some items are required for startup for windows so don't uncheck anything you are not sure of.

Exit and restart. Once it restarts you'll get a message just click ok to exit out of that message and those programs will no longer start up with your computer.

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