The Startup manager is expressly for home computer owners, who are typically minimally expert. Could you please provide more guidance on which programs/tasks/plugins/app services/windows services can safely be disabled and which are essential? It's not much good relying on feedback from users - the blind leading the blind! You are far more expert than we are. It's not that long ago since I totally disabled my laptop by inadvertently disabling certain services from Task Manager in an effort to speed up startup. It took a computer repairer considerable effort and cost to reinstate it. For example, you could mark essential components in red with a big warning not to touch these. And mark other components as desirable, and others as unnecessary for startup, though they may take marginally longer to start when you request them.
You can use “Startup manager” to stop or delay some software running when your PC boots.
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