When I start up my computer, there are generally about 70 processes that are open when I go to the task manager. I've used Security Task Manager to check and label each process on my computer (what it is, what it does, how harmful it may be, how necessary it is, etc), so I know several processes that don't need to be starting up when windows starts up. But I don't know how to tell the computer "Hey, don't run those programs at startup!" So that's my question to you, geeks. How do I tell the computer which programs to start and which to not start?
Edit: From looking around, I found to look under msconfig -> startup, but that only lists 22 processes. Anyone know where I'd find the other 50, cause most of the ones listed in msconfig are ones that I want to keep.
Edited by AniDanny, 22 May 2007 - 09:40 AM.