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Go to the start button and click on the run box, type in msconfig and hit enter. When the windown pops up, click on "selective startup". Click on the startup tab at the top of the windown, this will list all programs and services that automatically start when windows boots. The only things here that you absolutely need to startup with windows is your wireless configuration, virus and malware protection, and touchpad software to enable tapping and scrolling and changing settings....most of the other programs you do not need to aytomatically start, they can be started when you need them and then you just click on their shortcuts. Go through these [rograms and see if there is anything listed as control center....if not look on the control center window and see if the is a small box in the left lower corner that needs to be checked in order for the windown to not sho up on the next boot. Either way, you can get rid of it in msconfig. Hit apply and ok and restart.