Startup Organizer

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This program has a free trial and costs $25. A frequent question here and on NG's is on better use of resources, using msconfig, drilling processes running with Task Manager. The inherent problem is that the msconfig utility is useful, but tracking down programs that start automatically goes way beyond putting up msconfig.[/b] Msconfig won't show you many of the programs that run hidden in the background, and tracking down all programs that actually run at start is tedious, difficult, and complicated.

Ed Bott, Woody's co-author in the Que Office XP and 2003 books, lists an even dozen locations and multiple registry keys in the list of items among the dozen locations in his Win XP Inside Out MS Press.

So this can help: