Written by Eric Wyatt (last updated December 27, 2021)
We have discussed in another article the impact that startup apps can have on your computer and its performance. In that article we discussed how you could use Task Manager to see which tasks and apps impact your startup performance. The impacts from these startup apps don't end once your computer completes its startup process. Even if they are running in the background, these apps use system resources such as memory. To minimize the impact of these apps, you can follow the information provided in the article referenced earlier or through this simple method:
This simple process can help improve your startup times and reduce possible impacts on your system resources.
This tip (12734) applies to Windows 10.
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