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Autoruns And Startup Data Base


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#1 merellogalasso

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Posted 16 July 2008 - 06:14 PM

I have followed the most excelent answers and advices of Grinler in order to get lighter my autorun files at the right of taskbar. This because my PC continues functioning slow and behaving bad. Well, I couldn't understand, for which I am sorry of being too stupid, if the files that was suposed to be checked in Startup database are just those named "run", all the list or which. I couldn't get inside the precise forum because it was already closed. (As a curious eloquent issue I may say that during this typing I have experienced various "sand clock" interruptions without any writing in the message while typing [nothing have been happening simultaneously in other application]). I ask myself: Is it any possibility to arrive to a situation in which a person can work average normally with his PC not having to buy a gigant? Many thanks and friendly greetings I would like to add to the advices of most apreciated Grinler that after unchecking issue it's necessary to go to Files and check "refresh".
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