I've tried to disable the CrossLoop startup item 3 times using MSCONFIG. (See image 1.) Some details:
1. I was able to successfully disable the CrossLoop Service (image 2).
2. This isn't a big deal, but it irks me, but it's my laptop, if I don't want CrossLoop running as a startup item, that should be my call.
3. My bet: CrossLoop has installed a covert service that is reactivating CrossLoop as a startup item after I deactivate it. Or, maybe, every time I run CrossLoop it checks the startup setting and reactivates it if it's deactivated.