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How to stop programs runnning at startup The more software you install on your computer, the longer it may seem to take to start up Windows. Many programs add themselves to the list of programs started when you boot your computer, and that list can get long. For some programs, it’s smart to have them start with Windows, such as anti-virus and firewall software. However, for most programs, starting them at boot-up just wastes resources and extends startup time. There is a tool installed with Windows, called MSConfig, that allows you to quickly and easily see what’s running at startup and disable the programs you prefer to run on our own after startup as needed. This tool is available and can be used to disable startup programs in Windows 7, Vista, and XP. NOTE: MSConfig can be used to configure several things other than just startup programs, so be careful what you do with it. If you’re not sure about using it, just follow the steps in this video and you should be fine. To run MSConfig, open the Start menu and type “msconfig.exe” (without the quotes) in the Search box. As you type, results display. When you see “msconfig.exe,” click on it or press Enter, if it is highlighted. NOTE: If you are using Windows XP, open the Run dialog box from the Start menu, type “msconfig.exe” in the Open edit box, and click OK. Click the Startup tab on the System Configuration main window. A list of all the startup programs displays with a check box next to each one. To prevent a program from starting up with Windows, select the check box next to the desired program so there is NO check mark in the box. Click OK once you have made your choices. A dialog box displays telling you that you may need to restart your computer for the changes to take affect. Click Restart to restart your computer immediately. If are not ready to restart your computer, click Exit without restart.
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Fix 'Waiting For Background Programs To Close' in Windows 7 (Solved) To fix this problem here are three methods: 1. Disable all auto-running programs at Windows startup. To do this, type in the search box for ‘msconfig’- open it and go to the fourth tab ‘Startup’- uncheck the programs you don’t want to run with Windows startup. Click ‘Apply’ and ‘OK’. Restart now to apply the changes. 2. Open registry files by typing in the search box ‘regedit’. Go through this way: HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Desktop. In the right side locate the file named ‘AutoEndTask’. If couldn’t find, right click on blank area – choose new – Sting- Name the file as ‘AutoEndTask’. Right click on it and set its value as 1. 3. Open registry files by typing in the search box ‘regedit’. Go through this way: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SYSTEM / CurrentControlSet / Control. Click on the “Control” Folder. Select “WaitToKillServiceTimeout” Right click on it and select Modify. Set the value to a lower 4 digit value, (say 5000). This will make your PC shutdown faster, but you could end up losing data, so use this tweak judiciously. We hope this video will help you… Please let us know your experience by commenting on this video. If you face any problem please feel free to contact us… Please like this video and subscribe our channel for latest updates… Thanks for watching…!!
Learn how to disable programs that run in the background in Windows. These background programs can prevent HP software from loading or installing correctly.
Learn more about resolving installation issues on our support site: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02266743
The steps in this video are shown in Windows 10 but are similar for Windows 7, and 8.
For other helpful videos go to http://hp.com/supportvideos or http://youtube.com/hpcomputingsupport.
More support options for your printer are available at http://hp.com/support.
Steps to disable background programs:
Search Windows for msconfig.exe then select System Configuration from the results list. (Alternatively you can type msconfig.exe in Windows Run command.)
In System Configuration, click the General tab.
Click the box to select Selective Startup then remove the checkmark next to Load startup items.
Click the Services tab.
Click the Hide all Microsoft services checkbox, then click Disable all.
Click Apply, then click OK.
Restart your computer.
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