The operating system Windows 7 introduces many tools for managing the startup procedure.
In addition to editing the folder that is located in the computer's file system, you can change registry settings or run a specialized startup management program.
To get to the Startup folder, youYou will need to use the appropriate section of the computer's file system. In Windows 7, click the Start menu - Computer. Select the "Local C: drive" section, from where go to ProgramData - Microsoft - Windows - Start Menu - Programs - Startup.
If you go to "Local disk C:"You do not see the ProgramData folder, you need to change the attributes of displaying hidden files and directories. In the upper part of the "Explorer" window, click on the "Tools" - "Folder Options" menu, by pressing the Alt key of the keyboard, to display a list of possible operations. Before you will see a window for configuring the display of files in directories. Go to the "View" tab and scroll down to the "Advanced Options" section. Check the box next to "Show hidden files and folders", then click "Ok" to apply the changes.
By going to the Startup folder, you canPlace your applications that you want to run when the system starts. It is enough to copy the shortcuts to programs in this directory, which should be launched after the reboot. To apply the changes and verify that the files are located correctly, reboot the computer.
Msconfig is a standard Windows utility,Which allows you to manage system settings and change the autoload partitions. Go to the "Start" - "All Programs" - "Standard", then click "Run." Type msconfig and press Enter. In the window that appears, click on the "Startup" tab. Before you will see a list of applications that run with the system at the time the computer is turned on. To disable one of the programs, uncheck the unnecessary item, and then click "OK" to save the changes. Restart the computer for the action to take effect.
In addition to Msconfig, you can use programs such as CCleaner or AnVir Task Manager, which represent advanced tools for managing programs loaded with the system.
Editing the registry
To go to the Registry Editor, run the commandRegedit in the "Run" section. Go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE - SOFTWARE - Microsoft - Windows - CurrentVersion - Run branch using the list on the left side of the window. In the center you will see a list of programs that are launched with the system. Select the unnecessary item and delete it if you do not want the program to start more at startup. After applying the changes, reboot.