Autorun Organizer

Questions and comments regarding Reg Organizer, Registry Life and Autorun Organizer.
mls
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Autorun Organizer

Post by mls »

Is there a way to eliminate the clutter created after applications are not enabled, preferably a way to eliminate them separately from Autorun Organizer?
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Chemtable Software
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Re: Autorun Organizer

Post by Chemtable Software »

If I understood you correctly, some applications can be disabled via the standard Task Manager -> Startup tab.
Some other like Scheduled Tasks can be disabled via the corresponding tool taskschd.msc.
peterblaise
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Re: Autorun Organizer

Post by peterblaise »

I right-click items with a line through them, one at a time, and select [ Remove ].

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Then this is much 'cleaner' to review:

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Is this useful for your intentions?
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Jiyahana
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Re: Autorun Organizer

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mls wrote: Tue Sep 06, 2022 5:50 pm Is there a way to eliminate the clutter created after applications are not enabled, preferably a way to eliminate them separately from Autorun Organizer?
you can eliminate clutter from applications separately from Autorun Organizer by manually removing or disabling entries in the startup folder or using built in OS tools.