Many programs will load up automatically when you boot your PC, which could be a burden to your system. PCBooster Free Startup Manager will help you permanently prevent the autorun of TSR (Terminate-and-Stay-Resident) programs and other background programs. It brings you great convenience using the program filter if you can't locate where the auto-load program is. Meanwhile, you are allowed to create your own startup list by adding programs you want to load at startup.
Remove Redundant Startup Programs
There might be many programs installed by adware,
toolbars or other malicious software that will
be launched at the startup of your computer.
PCBooster Free Startup Manager is designed to
remove them to get back your nice clean startup
list with no unwanted applications and utilities
Boost System Boot-up & Login
Slow system boot-up is one of the most intolerable
thing for a daily computer user. PCBooster Free
Startup Manager is able to reduce the booting
time apparently and cut the waiting time before
you can see your desktop.
More Available Memory
Those programs started along with your system
will take up available memory (RAM). That's
really a waste if your memory is limited, especially
when the apps you don't need them to run every
time are using it up. PCBooster Free Startup
Manager will stop them from launching to spare
more resources for more useful activities.
Add Your Own Startup Items
Sometimes you need a certain program to launch
at startup, like an email software to start
receiving emails if you are dealing with clients
in different time zones, an instant messaging
app or any work related tool that your boss
requires you to run before anything else. PCBooster
Free Startup Manager can help you add any programs
to your startup list to save the step of manual
View Detailed Startup Information
PCBooster Free Startup Manager also provides
the application details like name, type, arguments,
etc. and makes it possible to process operations
like import/export, modification, renaming,
copy, etc. of each item in the registry editor.