Startup Delayer

Sometimes windows booting take more time than you can finish yours daily ma rekting stuffs or even one power play section of cricket completed so what will be the reason for this and it must be some additional unwanted software starting with windows sometimes unknowingly and some times knowingly and what will be the process in case if you do not want the process to start with windows then you can simply turn it off or simply want it but do not want to be buggy lorry so that yours all

the strategies will be delayed, think of a situation you have prepared one vital presentation be it for mba group or individual presentation or companies presenta tion and all the stuffs ready to listen to yours wonderful presenta tion which you have shed yours time of day and night to prepare it but simply it wont start all of  sudden then  read the followings to have greater control on yours system so  that you have the complete control over yours stuff and also all yours startups programs start with yours system.

When Windows loads it’s Startup file, it attempts to load every program in there at the same time. Therefore if you have quite a lot of programs starting when Windows starts, each program will try and grab CPU time so that it can load.

If each program tries to do this at the same time, you soon notice the slow down that occurs, due to your CPU trying to help all the programs to load, and your hard disk accessing multiple files.

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Startup Delayer allows you to setup how many seconds after Windows has started, to load each program.

For Example:
If you have your mail program and a special clock starting up, then you can make your mail start say 10 seconds after Windows has loaded, and then the special clock start 20 seconds after Windows Starts.

Compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista

Startup Delayer has been awarded the following merits:

 

The power to speed up your computer’s startup process!

Can you learn another language in the time it takes for your machine to boot? Do you turn on your PC when you go to bed, so it’s finished booting by the time you get home from work the next day?

When Windows loads it’s Startup file, it attempts to load every program in there at the same time. Therefore if you have quite a lot of programs starting when Windows starts, each program will try and grab CPU time so that it can load.

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