Some applications are automatically configured to load each time you boot into Windows. These programs are usually represented by icons that are loaded in your system tray (the panel located at the bottom right corner of your screen). Most of which are unnecessary and tend to take up unnecessary system resources which often slow down your computer. Microsoft provides a tool called the System Configuration Utility that enables you to configure the programs to be loaded during startup.
To use this utility, follow these steps:
If you're a Windows 2000 and Windows NT users, you can still use the same program msconfig.exe. Since Microsoft did not include the utility in these two versions of Windows. Once you have downloaded the file into your computer, follow these steps:
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