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Anvir was my favorite Startup Mgr, but it hasn't been updated in 18 months.  Is there something better that is also as full featured?

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Please help!!  I need a manager that will let me restrict access to certain Programs by User logon.
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Question by:BradGrubb
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Arman Khodabande earned 500 total points
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There is a simple Control panel software which shows you all start up items.
It's called "Startup Control panel".
It's so tiny and easy to use!

If you want to control your Services currently running on your windows, Type "Services.msc" in Run box (in start menu).

Tuneup utilities is very nice too but it's not free but has a 30 day trial period and is a complete suit to optimize your system!

You can use this nice software too : http://www.filehippo.com/download_autoruns/
Read the description

Good luck
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