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HarleyVB

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I have been trying to find out What I can safely remove from my start-up menu because there have been many additions since I received my PC and I have no idea how many before I got it. Every site I thought I had a chance of getting an answer has required a monthly membership fee to get one answer, please help.
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Start here please

go start windows button and in search type
msconfig
when that appears above right click and click run as admin
click the start up tab

send me the screenshot of that to show the items checked in the small box to the left of the entry

With that on your desktop
press prnt scrn key
programs
accessories
paint
paste
file
save as
change on drop of file type to JPEG
save

on reply use full editor and attach the image please
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HarleyVB

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