Windows Startup Control Panel

August 3rd, 2004

Anybody who’s lived with MS Windows for a couple of years will relate to the situation of waiting forever for your machine to boot each morning. One thing that contributes to this is the plethora of programs that are run at startup so you can quickly activate them when needed. Great if it only included the programs you use frequently but, alas, it doesn’t. Unfortunately there’s no easy way of removing programs from the startup process using Windows itself. However, help is at hand with Startup Control Panel. This great piece of freeware enables you to easily disable startup programs or completely remove them. Just what the disk doctor ordered.