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Mike Lin Startup Control Panel 2.8

by bently / May 7, 2008 4:25 AM PDT

Using Win XP home, SP3

I currently have 3 items checked in MSCONFIG/START.

About 30 items in the Start box are unchecked. I want to remove them and do not want to mess with Regedit if I can avoid it.

Checking Google, I find "Mike Lin Startup Control Panel 2.8" and I wonder will it remove the unwanted items and IS IT SAFE?

Is there a better free program?



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