frriction Posted August 16, 2012 Report Share Posted August 16, 2012 http://www.speedupboottime.com/en/index.php Argus Boot Accelerator is a free system utility that aims at shortening the time wasted in boot process by managing your startup programs. Instead of letting Windows to start all of them at the same time during the boot process, Argus Boot Accelerator optimizes them by delaying them, and starting them in sequence. It puts the wild startup programs in order and manage them through the program. You need to tell the program which startup programs need to be managed. By default, when the program is launched the first time after it’s installed it lists all startup programs available on your computer as unmanaged item. You can simply drag and drop them to the managed Startup Item list, or just double click them to move back and forth. The managed startup programs will be started in the order they appear in the managed list during the system boot and logon process. Each startup program can be managed through various options listed at the bottom of the window. Some of the important ones are: Delay in seconds. This is probably the most important option to this tool. Remove Duplicate prevents some programs from automatically launching by themselves and keep them tightly controlled by the program. Checking for running instances prevents the entries from being started if the same instances are already running on the computer. Argus Boot Accelerator works on most of the Windows system. It’s completely free for non-commercial use but is also available as a Pro edition at the price of $2.99US. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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