When we install software on our computer, the installer leaves files all over your hard drive. Often files are included within our Registry so they start when we boot our computer. This slows the boot up procedure and can also affect your machine if a startup application isn't removed from your Registry when you uninstall the software (as your computer will attempt to launch the application and fail to find its location).
Autoruns 8.6 is a tool that can be used to see what applications, tools, libraries and other software is launched when you boot your PC. If you experience problems with your computer when you start your machine, you can use this tool to diagnose the problem. For instance, you can choose to disable tools that startup with your computer or remove them completely. You can change the order in the way they start, in case you need to start one application before another will start properly.
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