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Removing the following entries from windows startup, safe?

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Well, first of all, these are not applications, these are shell extensions... just to make clear... they don't affect the startup loading that much, but they do affect the "right click" delay... (When you right click a file/folder, the delay for the menu to show up)

Secondly, these are all from the Microsoft Groove server. It's a server used for collaboration of Office documents...

To answer your question... If you don't use the Groove Server of the Office suite, (and therefore the online collaboration) you can safely remove those entries from your startup list...

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Removing the following entries from windows startup, safe?

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Did you check Ccleaner start up tab. You will be amazed, to see how many things starting up... :o :eek:

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Did you check Ccleaner start up tab. You will be amazed, to see how many things starting up... :o :eek:

Its Auslogics BoostSpeed
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Did you check Ccleaner start up tab. You will be amazed, to see how many things starting up... :o :eek:

Its Auslogics BoostSpeed

Did you check Ccleaner start up tab. You will be amazed, to see how many things starting up... :o :eek:

Its Auslogics BoostSpeed

Ok, did also try to disable unless programmes with msconfig,,,in windows run programme..

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Ok, did also try to disable unless programmes with msconfig,,,in windows run programme..

msconfig is beginner thing..It shows just the program entries not the advanced registry entries.
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Disabling startups from the MsConfig is just the tip of the iceberg.

Want to see some performance boost get out of MsConfig and into the Services and then finally into the Task Scheduler.

You'll experience your system on Viagra. :)

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Disabling startups from the MsConfig is just the tip of the iceberg.

Want to see some performance boost get out of MsConfig and into the Services and then finally into the Task Scheduler.

You'll experience your system on Viagra. :)

Get me the link of viagra :lol:
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Disabling startups from the MsConfig is just the tip of the iceberg.

Want to see some performance boost get out of MsConfig and into the Services and then finally into the Task Scheduler.

You'll experience your system on Viagra. :)

Get me the link of viagra :lol:

Here is the link to one of the saoftware of Task Scheduler: http://www.freebyte.com/fbtaskscheduler/....

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