1. Disable Unnecessary Startup Programs: Many programs that you install on your computer will be configured to start automatically when you turn on your computer. Many of these unnecessary programs can be disabled from starting up, which can help to improve the overall performance of your computer. To manage startup programs, open the Start menu, type “Task Manager” and select it from the list of results. Click on the “Startup” tab and you will be able to disable any unnecessary programs.
2. Uninstall Unused Programs: Unused programs can often be configured to start automatically when your computer boots up. Uninstalling any unneeded programs can help to improve computer performance and reduce the number of startup programs.
3. Use a Startup Manager Tool: There are a number of free startup manager tools available that can help you to better manage startup programs. These tools allow you to view all of the programs that are set to run when your computer starts up, and you are able to selectively disable, enable or delete them as needed.