Quick StartUp 2.2
When you turn on your computer certain applications, drivers, and services are automatically started at the beginning of each Windows session.
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. Quick Startupl lets you centrally manage all of these items using one single interface. Using the Quick StartUp you can easily add, remove, edit, disable, and enable any and all of these "startup items" in order to keep your system's boot-up process as fast and efficient as possible.
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