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Two Design Flaws in Scan Results of 13.0.2.170


Buddahfan
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There are two design flaws are in the "Startup Optimiztion" section.

 

1. Items recommended for removal from Startup are not given the option to ignore like in Driver Booster. Being able to ignore items recommended for Startup removal should then clear the tool from showing up in the "Startup Optimization" scan results As it is now the tool continues to show after a scan and the user has to click on it to see what is recommended for removal from Startup. This is an unnecessary waste of time each time a scan is run and can be eliminated by adding an "Ignore" button next to the item recommended for removal from Startup if the user so chooses.to ignore the item. This would then remove the tool each time a scan is run if there are no items recommended for removal from Startup that the user has not told ASC to ignore. If the user later decides to have the item removed from Startup they could then "Unignore" it as in Driver Booster.

 

2. When an item is recommended for removal from Startup and the user clicks the box to remove the item from Startup it "should not" disappear from the Startup Tab in the W10 Task Manager but be changed to "Disable" as if the user had directly disabled the item from running at Startup in the Task Manager. Making this change should then allow the user to open the W10 Task Manager and re-enable the item in Startup if they so choose. As it is now the user has to reinstall the program to get it to again show up in the notification area of the Taskbar. Like #1 above the way it works now is a waste of the users time in this case if they change their mind to allow the item to run at Startup after having chosen to not do so via ASC.

 

Disclaimer. This analysis ws performed on W10 build 19008 and not W10 1903 the current RTM version of W10.

 

Thanks for reading.:-)

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Hi there,

 

This is Cicely from IObit.

 

Basically, the startup items are same in Startup Optimization and Startup Manager. And they will applies to the same operation. If you delete one items in one of them, the other one won't show it up. If you have encountered any problem, please contact us to figure it out.

 

About the second part, you can go to Rescue Center to recover the startup items you deleted.

 

Cheers.

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