The fact that programs are added to the Windows startup can only make the boot time be a long one. This can get really frustrating. In this case, you should stop the programs from changing the Windows registry. Thus, they will no longer be added to the Startup.
That’s what StartupEye has been created for. This nifty tool will run in the background and will let you know when a program will try to add itself to the Windows Startup. This way, you will no longer have to worry about programs adding themselves to the Windows Startup without your permission.
Still, in order for you to enjoy no delays in the boot time, StartupEye will add itself to the Startup but this is something you can deal with taking into account the great advantages you will enjoy later. However, StartupEye is a light tool, so it won’t affect the boot time too much.
You will be notified each time a program tries to change the Windows registry once you run StartupEye in the background.
Information related to the Registry Sub keys edited by the program will be displayed in these instant notifications. You will also see the file location as well as the date/time stamp of that program. If you want that specific program to be kept in the startup process, then you’ll have to hit OK. If you want to remove it, just click Delete.
StartupEye will not only help you monitor the programs that change the Windows registry but it will also give you the possibility to remove or keep those programs in the Windows process. Another option you could also go for when delaying startup programs is Quick Startup.