Do you dread shutting down your computer? Does the thought of sitting around as your computer starts or restarts just make you want to scream?
If your computer takes forever to start, you don’t have to just accept it. It’s a well-known fact that too many programs trying to boot at the same time slows down your system.
Some programs aren’t needed and you can turn them off. However, many programs, such as security, are essential.
You don’t want to stop those from loading. But maybe they don’t have to start all at once.
You can control and organize your startup programs using Startup Delayer. It’s a simple download that makes a list of all the programs and processes that start whenever you boot your PC.
From there, you can disable these programs, delay them or let them start up normally. At the very least, delaying most or all of your startup applications is a good idea. That way, your system’s resources aren’t trying to do everything at once.
Just set the software you use first earlier in the queue. Less essential programs can go at the end. This can be done using a simple drag-and-drop process.
Take note: The download site has a few Google Ads that might look like the download link for Startup Delayer. They are not.
To download the actual program, go to the Startup Delayer download page. Click the yellow “Download Standard” button to start your download.
There is also a Premium Edition of Startup Delayer with some added features. This version costs $20. If you don’t want to pay, make sure you click the right link.
Your download will begin immediately. There is no bloatware to avoid, and I recommend using the default settings. There is a helpful tutorial that will start up if you allow it. I recommend using it to familiarize yourself with the program.