Here's how to reduce the risk of crashes in Windows. Part 1



When you install a program, it can start automatically during Windows startup, either to open faster when you use it, to detect new versions, to update automatically or to perform some other task. The more programs start automatically with Windows, the slower the Windows startup will be, and the greater the risk of causing constant crashes, conflicts with other programs, and screen freezes. Often more than half of programs that are automatically loaded during Windows startup are rarely used or are no longer used, which means that it does not make sense to slow down Windows startup by loading programs that you do not use or use sporadically. In this guide we will show you how to disable "unnecessary programs" from Windows startup with the help of ClimUP and the Autoruns program, solving many of the problems of screen failures, conflicts and freezes. This will make your computer or notebook faster and more stable (depending on the current maintenance state).
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Compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8 e 7.
Follow the steps below:
You have not installed ClimUP yet? Your computer or notebook may be at risk and perform poorly. Click here and see how to install.

Before you begin, close all open windows and programs.


Step 1 Right-click any empty area of the Windows desktop and click ClimUP; Step 1 Step 2 When ClimUP is open, simply click once on module 2 "STARTUP" and wait; ClimUP Step 3 When loading Autoruns, click on the "Logon" tab and uncheck all programs that you rarely use (Keep antivirus, printer and ClimUP related files checked if they appear in the list). When finished, close Autoruns, close ClimUP, and restart your computer or notebook. Ready. ClimUP automatically maintains preventive maintenance of your computer or notebook throughout the year, avoiding Windows crashes while maintaining the stability and maximum performance of your equipment. If it appears in the list, leave the program checked. Learn more by clicking here.

Tip: In the "Publisher" column, you can identify the manufacturer of the file and thus know which program it is related to. If you want to undo the change later, simply return to this screen and select the file again. Autoruns