Everybody wants a PC that starts and gets to the desktop sooner and perform quickly, and Windows 10 starts faster than any other version of Windows before it. This process can be slowed significantly by apps that are set to run at Startup and we can easily disable them which start up programs are taking too much time on system start up and disable them.
This can include system tray utilities from companies like Adobe and sync utilities for backup and cloud services. Updater apps from companies like Apple and Google (that you can run manually when you want to check for updates to apps) and the pre-installed software that comes with your PC when you purchase it officially known in the trade as “crapware”.
How to Disable Startup programs in windows 10:
Startup apps in Windows 10 are managed through the Task Manager. There are several ways to open this.
1- You can press Ctrl+Alt+Del on your keyboard
2- Select Task Manager from the menu that appears.
3- You can right-click in a blank space on the Taskbar and select Task Manager from the menu that appears
4- You can run Task Manager from the Win+X administration menu. When in the Task Manager, click the Start-up tab, and here all of the apps that run at startup on your PC will be listed.
5- Each one has a Start-up impact valuation rating next to it as Low, Medium and High.
6- This effect that program has on slowing your PC’s startup.
7- Choose the apps you want to disable.
8- you can easily re-enable them afterwards as they stay in the list by selecting one of them and then clicking the Disable button in the bottom right corner of the windows.
Navigate to task manager -> Click on startup -> Rght click on program or app and disable.