As a full-fledged, detailed optimization tool, Anvi Startup Booster gives a large amount of information about programs and services that start with the computer. The program ranks each item according to its "blocking rate," a metric of how much the program or service slows down your startup rate.
Downloading Anvi Startup Booster was extremely easy and the publishers didn't try to push additional add-on software. It is a small program that immediately scans your computer when opened. The scan takes seconds at most and is very comprehensive. The program shows you a list of startup programs and services, along with an explanation of the purpose of each program and service. In addition, it goes 10 steps further by determining which programs, services, system settings, and network settings cause your computer to slow down during startup. It then ranks each according to its ability to block startup. The main tab gives recommendations on which items should be disabled or optimized. This program also has a full restore feature in case you make a mistake. There is no help file, but the product's Web site is informative.
As an excellent utility, Anvi Startup Booster comes in handy, especially for optimizing processes that are normally invisible to the average user. Users should take care to understand what they are disabling by reading the description of the process; but if they do so in error, they can always undo the actions.
Anvi Startup Booster makes all auto-start programs be apprehended at a glance to help you easily configure which one to run when Windows starts. It helps you obtain an optimized system start-up by disabling unnecessary programs and deleting harmful ones. Besides that, Anvi Startup Booster provides Services, System settings, and Network settings optimizations which enable you to block unnecessary services and configure settings more reasonably to make a faster PC. Anvi Startup Booster helps you simplify start-up process in one click solution. You can choose to prohibit an unwanted program from running as computer boots up or ban an unconversant one that ranks high in blocking rate. A backup of disabled programs are stored on the Restore centre so it won't bother you if you wrongly make a deletion of a specific program.