When you uncheck them from the startup group you are not deleting them. You are preventing them from starting and running in background everytime you boot your computer. All programs that start within the startup group are placed in your Ram for quick access, and are using pointers from whats called an allocation table (64kb in size) that control the show for windows.Buddha1234 wrote on 12-15-2001 07:19 AM:
Hi,dave.Sorry to hassle you again.you have been of great help.Last night you advised me to remove some programmes from startup.Do i delete them or just rmove?If so,where to?Thanks.I am very new to the PC....
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