Windows® Vista User Startup
Is startup of your Windows Vista system taking too long? Find out how to solve this problem
Computer startup is one of the most important processes when the Operating System is loaded. Also other vital information required for the smooth functioning of the system including programs like antivirus, various drivers etc. get loaded. The efficiency of the startup process is one of the key factors that determine the efficiency of the system. This is true for your Windows Vista PC too. If Windows Vista® startup takes a large number of programs/ applications; it is possible that the system can experience drastic decrease in the performance due to the load of all these programs at the same time. There are a number of problems that could occur due to faults with the startup setup like error messages popping up, very slow system response, continuous system restarts etc. Windows Vista comes with a special access tool in the control panel that lets the user customize the startup to make it more efficient.
Following details give users more information and some tips to control the startup to make it more efficient in Windows Vista:
- Manual editing
- Use software
- Check at time of installing
- Use security software
With the built-in panel provided in the Control panel in Windows Vista, users can enjoy the freedom of editing startup configurations. Manual editing helps the users to choose which programs to run and which not to. The entire interface of this tool provided in Windows Vista is easy to understand and helps to choose the options selectively.
There are a large numbers of software available for download that could help user control the startup process in Windows Vista. These are basically built for users who do not have much knowledge about system start-ups and their effects. Such software will eliminate the starting up of unnecessary or unused programs all in one click.
Most software that could be installed on Windows Vista comes with the option of choosing selective startup. This option is provided at the initial stage of installation and users are advised to choose the selective option instead of regular start-up for all programs that are installed separately. This will help increase the system performance drastically.
If the user has installed some software and they are starting up even after their removals from the Windows Vista start-up list, it is very likely that these are malwares or spywares. In such cases it is highly recommended that users make use of the Windows Defender software or any other antivirus program to scan the system thoroughly and remove any malwares if present that are starting up automatically.