Editors' reviewThe Windows start-up process can become painfully slow over time, as more and more programs add themselves to the automatic start-up list. This download helps manage that process, letting users add new programs to the list and block unwanted ones. The first process is handled fairly simply, although adding new start-up programs can also be easily done within Windows itself. The tools for handling unwanted programs leave much to be desired, however. The utility gives no hints as to whether a particular application is useful or not, and has no alarm process when malware manages to install itself on the computer. The 10-day trial period is a bit stingy, in our minds. With a number of full-featured start-up managers on the market, many of which go much further in protecting computers from digital parasites, we would recommend users look elsewhere.
There are certain programs that you want to execute when your system starts. In general users make a program execute at window startup by copying the executable file to the startup folder. Startup Cleaner and Autorun Manager helps you to easily manage program execution at Windows startup. Startup Cleaner and Autorun Manager is used to administer the programs executing on startup and the files to be loaded at start up.
With Startup Cleaner and Autorun Manager one can easily add programs which one wish to run once or every time the system starts. Programs added to the startup folder can be easily viewed or removed by any one but Startup Cleaner and Autorun Manager provides you tool by which you not only can add programs in the startup folder but also in the Windows Registry and Win.ini file. Adding programs to the Registry and Win.ini file protects the program. It has an Explorer like interface, which displays all the registry folders on the left in a list view.