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Window start-up item editor

Start-up tool is an easy to use start-up items editor, which allows you to identify, add, edit, remove, disable or cleanup start-up items from Windows start menu. Unnecessary start-up items are one of the main causes for slow booting of Windows. With an intuitive graphical user interface, this tool helps anyone to remove or disable unnecessary items from the start up menu.

Start-up tool is a tiny, standalone executable file, so it can be run directly from a USB stick. Using this application is very simple. Download and run the ‘Startup.exe file’. It will show you all items in the start menu list. Selecting any items from the list will provide details about that item.

To remove, edit, add, disable or enable any items from the list, just right click on it and select what you want. This tool is clean and can be downloaded from here or here.


  1. Useless application. Stop publishing like this!


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