HiBit Startup Manager

HiBit Startup Manager

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XP/Vista/7/8/10
portable Portable

manage all your startup programs HiBit Startup Manager enables you to manage all applications, services and tasks that run automatically whenever your computer starts. You can choose to disable/delete selected startup entries or add them to a delay timer to speed up your initial load time.In addition, you can right-click on each entry and research details with Google, scan the file with VirusTotal, move entries between different startup groups, get file information, view related registry entries, and more. HiBit Startup Manager is not just limited to the common registry startup sections but also lets you inspect processes that are automatically launched via Task Scheduler or Windows Services. Other features include a Context Menu manager, Startup Monitor (n/a in Portable version), Process Manager and integrated backup functionality. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher HiBitSoftware (3) Price Free
Version 1.3.50  history Last updated Apr 14, 2018
File Size 2.71 Mb Requirements None

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Great little tool 5 stars by mohammadraee544 Feb 13, 2018 (Read all my 3 reviews)
What a great little tool this is, 10 out of 10. Thank you. show Review details
Cannot remove delay 1 stars by Klatuu Jan 31, 2018 (Read all my 22 reviews)
The interface is rather sparse, and once you delay something there is no command to remove the delay! If you don't know the exact location in the registry, you can highlight the listing and read where it was located at the bottom of the screen. However, there are no Parameters. So, if it was 'local machine', was it Start? or Start Once? etc etc. I had boot problems with the delay and had to right click each item and choose MOVE TO (there is no RESTORE or REMOVE DELAY!) and then guess as to where to move it and under which parameters. Not a safe way to do things and could really mess up your registry. Not Recommended! show Review details
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