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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Make Windows Faster, PC Maintenance | 0 comments

StartupDelayer Tutorial 2 – Using StartupDelayer

In this video, we’ll show you how to use StartupDelayer to more evenly distribute the startup times of your widgets, gadgets and other software that runs when Windows first starts up. StartupDelayer 3 features an innovative automatic delaying mechanism which avoids the guesswork associated with previous versions of the software.

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Additional notes

When you add a delay to a program in StartupDelayer, StartupDelayer removes the program from the normal Windows start-up list and adds it to its own. Some programs will then detect that they have been disabled from running at start-up and try to re-enable themselves. When this happens, the program will start immediately rather than after the delay you set. Sometimes StartupDelayer will detect that this has happened and warn you. To remedy the problem, open your applications configuration window and make sure it is configured not to load at start-up.

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