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I whole-hearted agree with your opinion, John. I typically use the spybot s&d tool to contol startups. It's easy. Uncheck 'em, try it. If it works, delete 'em. I typically use a few websites to check & double check opinions about any particular starting process too. Thanks for your post & links. On behalf of novices with questions everywhere, like myself.
Outside of a very few necessary Windows programs, perhaps your firewall and anitvirus, there is not much else that should launch of start up, since the other programs or applications are all availble from the Programs Menu. Obviously, reducing the boot programs will make starting the computer much faster, as well as increase the available CPU for programs you are using.
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