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Windows 7: Which Programs do I not need when i start up my Windows 7 Laptop

20 Aug 2012   #1

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Which Programs do I not need when i start up my Windows 7 Laptop

Windows 7 Labtop, 64 bit. Doing a bit of cleaning and noticed all the programs opening on start-up, which do i actually NEED? xD

Realtek HD Audo Manager
By: Realtek SemiConductor
By: Egis Technlogy
Synaptics Pointing Device Driver
By: Synaptics Incorporated
DefaultSettingEXE Application
Power Managment
Acer Incorporated
MyWinLocker Suite
Egis Technologies Inc
EgisTec In-Product Service
Egis Technologies Inc
EgisTec In-Product Service
Egis Technologies Inc
Acer Backup manager
NewTech Infosystems, INC
Catalyst Control center
Advanced Micro Devices,Inc
launch Manager
Dritek Systems Inc
Vprotect Application
Intel(R) common user interface
Intel corporation
Intel(R) common user interface
Intel corporation
Intel(R) common user interface
Intel corporation

For those of you saying YOU WROTE SOME OF THEM DOWN MULTIPLE TIMES! Thats because in my log its there mutltiple times

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20 Aug 2012   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1

This is what I recommend when you are in msconfig.
Start up should include your security, mouse and keyboard only. Some system don't even need the keyboard and mouse.
In Services after you go in the lower left corner and check, Hide All Microsoft Services what is left should be your security if it's there. The rest you don't need at boot.
They will still work when you or Windows 7 directs them to. They just won't start up at boot and run in the background when not needed.
Do not mess with Windows 7 Services.
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