When you install software on your computer, you may not realise but the software often configures itself to start when you boot your computer. Either that or it may launch a module that speeds up the startup of the application, after you boot your machine. However, this also means that your computer takes longer to boot as you have to wait for these applications to start. There's no easy way of shutting down these apps that boot with your computer, unless you use some software designed for this very purpose.
Starter 220.127.116.11 is a tool that enables you to examine the files and applications that boot with your computer and then either disable or remove them completely. You can also rearrange the order of startup applications if a particular file needs to start after another application.
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