If your computer starts very slowly, it’s a good idea to check which applications are running at startup.
One of the most annoying details in daily computer use is the slow boot of the system. If your system, which starts up in seconds after installing Windows from scratch, takes minutes to boot after a few months, the most important thing you need to do is to end the applications that open unnecessarily at the beginning.
Editing startup programs is now pretty easy, thanks to the Task Manager, which evolved with Windows 8.1. For this, it is enough to right-click on the Taskbar, open the Task Manager and enter the Startup tab.
In this tab, you will see the applications that start automatically during the boot of your system. Except for some system and anti-virus applications, that application will not open at startup after you right-click on the applications that you think are unnecessary and select “Disable”.
In Windows 7, this process is a bit more complicated. First of all, we type msconfig in the search bar of the Start menu. Open the first result that pops up. Enter the Startup tab on the System Configuration screen. On this screen, you will see the checkmark next to the applications that open at startup. You can uncheck the programs you think are unnecessary and prevent them from running at startup.