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How would I disable Startup Manager


Jackdashack

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Hello! I am using SD Startup Delayer rather than the iObit Startup Manager. I find that the SD programs gives me more options. But I suspect there could be conflicts if both are trying to run. In SD Startup Delayer I have put iObit Advanced Care loading at the end, that might do it but I wonder if there is a way to turn off Iobit Startup Manager I have just overlooked? Thanks for any advice. I should say it might seem that I'm not being loyal to Iobit, I love the free edition. I'd like it more if you could purchase the program rather than paying a yearly subscription. The programs they do not give unless you subscribe to the PRO are easily replaced with free programs. When you are a Vet on a disability pension you look for the path of least "financial" resistance. Thanks! jack :lol:

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Hi Jackdashack

 

I think that you should monitor your system and see if any conflicts occur. If not then your solution would be the correct one. The only way I can see to disable ASC startup manager, is to go into the Program files and disable the starup manager.exe. I would not recommend this as such actions can cause association problems.

The other thing to try is to remove all the startup program entries from ASC startup manager, so that when ASC starts it will not try to perform any startup actions.

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Hi Jackdashack

 

I think that you should monitor your system and see if any conflicts occur. If not then your solution would be the correct one. The only way I can see to disable ASC startup manager, is to go into the Program files and disable the starup manager.exe. I would not recommend this as such actions can cause association problems.

The other thing to try is to remove all the startup program entries from ASC startup manager, so that when ASC starts it will not try to perform any startup actions.

 

Thanks for your time and efforts to answer our questions. Your facts and info always helpful! Jack :-D

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