startup monitor

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by n00b, Sep 5, 2005.

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  1. n00b

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  2. dog

    dog Guest

    Hmmm ... it comes bundled with something else
    There are better tools available without something else packaged with it. The best being AutoRuns by Sysinternals.

  3. G-Force

    G-Force Guest

    "There are better tools available ...." I am with you all the way my friend! ;)

  4. n00b

    n00b Guest

    personally, i use processguard.

    someone in another forum was spoutin' off about how everyone should try this startup monitor program. i saw that advanced tool bar was coupled with it as well. they don't give you the option to not install it, but tell you it can be removed in the add/remove programs menu if you don't want it.

    the whole thing looked very suspicious to me......i was just wondering what all of you experts had to say about it! thnx.
  5. n00b

    n00b Guest

    by the way, i did try it out. after i unistalled it, it left something in my startup folder in msconfig called:


    i disabled it, but a quick google search didn't give me too much info!?
  6. Notok

    Notok Registered Member

    May 28, 2004
    Portland, OR (USA)
  7. n00b2

    n00b2 Guest

    Hey n00b, PG doesn't handle autostartups.
  8. Tom772

    Tom772 Guest

    hi, give startupmonitor and startupcontrol a try from mike lin @

    >Startup Control Panel is a nifty control panel applet that allows you to easily configure which programs run when your computer starts.
    >StartupMonitor is a small utility that runs transparently (it doesn't even use a tray icon) and notifies you when any program registers itself to run at system startup.

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