I would uninstall the Google Toolbar which probably snuck in with another software install. You want the Google toolbar built into the browser for stability, which is not an installed program. Their software also spies on you when and if you're signed into it - so don't for long.
I would also uninstall the Logitech setpoint software which is never necessary (someone will now reply it is needed for their mouse's whiskers to wiggle). Use the Windows driver.
The third item is the J Micron controller for combination SATA/IDE drives. There are reported issues with it as well and although it claims it must be running to enable both controllers, it's been turned off to successfullyl solve problems.
Groove monitor is Office software which you would know if you need to start with computer.
Next is Creative Audio software which does not need to start with your computer unless you have special settings in Creative control panel which won't hold otherwise.
Java updater is spyware which sees if you have the latest Java. Like Adobe you can wait til Java runs when it will tell you anyway if it needs updating.
IAStor is Intel Storage monitor. It can flag problems so is worth considering. I would like to hear others' opnion on storage startups as I only allow them on laptops if they park the HD reader.
Philips GoGear is spyware for your MP4 player, which wants to monitor your playing habits while pretending to keep you "connected." They're only connecting to their mothership to upload your habits.
Others will differ but I don't allow anything into startup except AV and gadgets/stickies, maybe an Autosizer if the windows won't hold set size. Others are freeloaders on your RAM, CPU, Startup Time and can spy on you to collect marketing data, or worse.
Google the name or file extension to research these further. Know your hitchhikers.