Startup Apps is used to set some applications to start after reboot automatically. Windows provides the Startup Apps configuration to set programs and applications to start automatically.
Configure Startup Apps In Windows XP and Windows 7
Open Startup App
The Startup App can be opened via the Windows Run. First, open the Windows run with the
WIN+R keyboard shortcut. Then type
msconfig command and press
In the following
System Configuration open the
Startup tab which lists current startup applications.
Disable Startup App
The enabled startup applications can be disabled by selecting the application and then clicking to the
Disable all .
Enable Startup App
Already disabled applications can be also enabled in order to start automatically during boot. First, select the application and then click to the
Configure Startup Apps In Windows 8 and Windows 10
Windows 8 and Windows 10 operating systems provide the Startup Apps via the
Task Manager . So in order to manage and configure startup apps, the Task Manager should be opened.
Open Startup App
The Startup Apps can be opened via the Task Manager. First, we open the Task Manager via the taskbar. But the task manager can be opened indifferent ways which are described in the following tutorial.
In the task manager click on the
Startup tab in order to open Startup Apps like below.
Disable Startup Apps
In the Startup Apps select the app which is already enabled and click on it. After selecting it click on the Disable button on the right bottom corner.
Enable Startup Apps
Already disabled applications or programs can be enabled by selecting the application and then clicking to the
Enable button like below.