A: Windows startup becomes more unsafe and unstable than before, much software add itself into Windows startup one-sided love, and boot up together with Windows system. In these startup software, some software is no bad, but sentimental mawkish, like MSN, AOL, Skype, ICQ, RealPlayer, usually these programs runs at the background without user's knowledge, thus using up RAM and processing power in turn causing our computer to be sluggish, let your pc system slower and slower, waste memory and resources of your computer, why not disable them from your startups, run it just when you need, this will make your PC be significantly quicker than before.
Besides these good software, some harmful programs like spyware, virus, dialers, reminders, monitors, key recorder, hidden itself on startups, these make your system healthier, and the whole system is unsafe, It is the time that you must remove these unnecessary programs, improve your system performance now, PCBooster Free Startup Manager can help you to do all these jobs, and it is one FREE utility.
A: PCBooster Free Startup Manager is an instant solution to slow PC loading. As its name suggests, it is a quick and simple startup manager designed specially to speed up Windows boot by delaying some programs auto-startup after system boot, or removing unnecessary programs that snatch resources to launch themselves at the system boot. PCBooster Free Startup Manager works to arrange the auto-start programs and makes enough resources for system boot, speeding up PC loading to the fastest performance.
A: Do you feel your computer sluggish at booting? When you turn on your computer, there are drivers, services and many other applications start at the beginning of Windows boot. The information that tells Windows to automatically start these items can be located in a number of places, ranging from a program group on your Start Menu, to certain initialization files that are executed when Windows starts, to one of many places in the system registry. These auto-start entries occupy computer memory, which relatively reduces the resource for PC loading and noticeably slows down Windows boot.
Some of the auto-start entries are necessary for normal system functioning, while the rest of them are only to burden system boot and can be easily cancelled from the startup list or delayed to start automatically after Windows Startup. This startup manager tool lets you centrally manage all of these auto-start entries using one single interface. You can easily add, remove, edit, disable, and enable any or all of auto-start entries in order to keep your Windows boot as fast and efficient as possible.
A: You have a lot of programs in Windows startup and you should have a possibility to control them: to add new programs, delete old or unnecessary programs etc. The best way to have utility to control all startup programs in one place is not to search throw registry and startup folders.
A: To do this simply left click on the item you want to delete in the scan list and choose delete. After removing those, you will enjoy a high-speed PC startup.
A: Launch PCBooster Free Startup Manager and click "Add" and the "New Run Item" window is activated. Click the "Section" dropdown menu to add new startup items to your startup folder, Run, Run Once, Run Services or other Registry keys. Enter the item name and browse the file path. You can also change Arguments used in the selected program. Click "OK" and this item will run at startup when you turn on your computer.
A: You can run our startup manager program to choose an item you want to edit and click "Edit" to activate the startup entry editor. Click "Browse" to select a file as the new registry entry. Edit the "Arguments" used in the selected program if you like. Click "OK" and the item entry has been successfully edited.
A: Yes, of course. You just need to run it and choose an item you want to view its registry entry and click "View Item" and the program will automatically open its registry entry.