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Author Topic: Disabling unnecessary startup programs (got recommendations?)  (Read 2813 times)

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einherjar

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-will i recently installed windows 7 professional
-the programs i installed are
 = microsoft office 2007
 = adobe reader
 = mcafee vse 8.7
 = google chrome
 = yahoo messenger

-some programs i will install later

-my question is any recommendation/suggestion on what start up programs i should disable
-if it is possible Not using 3rd party programs
-heres my screen shot on msconfig startup tab:

-thanks for the reply in advance  :)

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Re: Disabling unnecessary startup programs (got recommendations?)
« Reply #1 on: 17. January 2011., 02:57:30 »
-will i recently installed windows 7 professional
-the programs i installed are
 = microsoft office 2007
 = adobe reader
 = mcafee vse 8.7
 = google chrome
 = yahoo messenger

-some programs i will install later

-my question is any recommendation/suggestion on what start up programs i should disable
-if it is possible Not using 3rd party programs
-heres my screen shot on msconfig startup tab:

-thanks for the reply in advance  :)

edit:
actually i didnt install yet the adobe reader on my last screen cap.. heres my update:

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Unnecessary startup programs in Windows 7
« Reply #2 on: 17. January 2011., 07:19:54 »
Hi einherjar, for some reason I can't "zoom" screen-shoots.  ???

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Please upload them to TinyPic: http://tinypic.com/ or PhotoBucket: http://photobucket.com/

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Re: Disabling unnecessary startup programs (got recommendations?)
« Reply #3 on: 17. January 2011., 07:56:24 »
Hi einherjar, for some reason I can't "zoom" screen-shoots.  ???

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sorry about that i usually use the imageshack ok this one i use the tinypic


well my os is still new but the hardware well not new :P
-also i would like to know if there is any programs for maintaining my pc.. (like the ccleaner) that would help save hardisk space etc..
-and any settings suggestions that would optimize the performance
thanks for the reply in advance..

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Re: Disabling unnecessary startup programs (got recommendations?)
« Reply #4 on: 17. January 2011., 13:17:37 »
It's much better now... ;)

You have possibility to turn-off last three programs (Adobe, Adobe, Google)... I can't recognize first one "BIGDOG"  ??? Do you have some application for camera ??

Related to your second question (optimization), except CCleaner which is great apps: http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,1133.0.html , my only recommendation is TuneUp Utilities 2011: http://www.tune-up.com/

With them you'll have everything what you need for perfect optimization.

Hope this suggestions will help you??

S.


 

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