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  • 7 months later...
for peace of mind check this:


I always use default from microsoft for compatibility issues.

That program wasn't designed by Microsoft, it was designed by a company Microsoft purchased.

Most autostart managers will work fine. The average startup entries are obvious, even in the registry.

My favorite is RunAlyzer from Safer-Networking, but StartUpLite is great for the average user because it makes recommendations, explains why it recommends what it does, and gives you the option to do what it recommends or to disregard it.

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