Over time a Windows PC will build up quite a collection of applications that are automatically started when you first turn it on. While some of these are useful – cloud syncing services for example, which work best when you don’t have to remember to enable them – not everything is really necessary.Every little ‘helper’ program adds a bit more time between you pressing the power button and your computer being ready to use. Thankfully in Windows 10 it’s very easy to see what’s causing the delay, and quickly remove the culprits.You can remove Windows 10 startup programs using the Task Manager, which is accessed by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc. Viewing startup programs using Task Manager You can change startup programs in Task Manager. To launch it, simultaneously press Ctrl + Shift + Esc. Or, right-click on the taskbar at the bottom of the desktop and choose Task Manager from the menu that appears. Another way in Windows 10 is to right-click the Start Menu icon and choose Task Manager.Now you’ll see a wealth of information displayed, including background processes and the resources that they are currently using. To find the startup items click on the tab along the top that is marked Startup.This displays a list of everything that can load when you turn on your machine.
It’s important to note the Status column, as not everything on the list is actually enabled. If an item it marked as Disabled then you can ignore it as it will not load in the startup sequence. Asus Support Number