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Good Start-Up Program SUggestions?


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Slayer21

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Is go-back a good one? and if so where can i find it?

and give me other ideas and tell me the website and what they do
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To be honest, I am not sure what you are trying to ask. What function or task do you want/need done with the start-up program?

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Is go-back a good one? and if so where can i find it?

and give me other ideas and tell me the website and what they do

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Like Start-Up Program that checks for problems in the begining while starting up, like go-back saves your computer from when you started it up..
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go back is a pay for product mostly bundled with norton system works, but available by itself. I do not recomend it. System restore pretty much does the same thing and comes with windows xp.
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I had a problem where not all my tray icons were showing and used StartRight which regulates the order in which programs start. Hope that helps
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