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    Start up

    I have 3 Intel startups, do I need them on startup

    igfxtray, hotkeyCmds and Persistence

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    Not unless you change your display settings frequently or via a hotkey.

    So probably not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    Not unless you change your display settings frequently or via a hotkey.

    So probably not.
    Very little change of display settings and have never used a hotkey.

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    I disable all 3... but that's because I don't need to see the little graphics icon in the Notification Area and don't use key combinations to change the display, e.g. rotating the display.

    Instead of deleting them from Startup, I use Nir Sofer's WhatInStartup to just disable the programs from running automatically.

    Hope this helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Corbett View Post
    I disable all 3... but that's because I don't need to see the little graphics icon in the Notification Area and don't use key combinations to change the display, e.g. rotating the display.

    Instead of deleting them from Startup, I use Nir Sofer's WhatInStartup to just disable the programs from running automatically.

    Hope this helps...
    Yes, I also did the disable from running auto.

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