Limit Startup Processes to speed up your computer
As we discussed earlier that lot of programs running in computer lead to slow performance. A lot of programs install side processes that run everytime when you turn on your computer. Compared with windows 7 and earlier where you have to go to msconfig to stop unwanted processes in windows 8 and later you can simply do it from task manager in windows 10. This gives you easier way to limit that runs at start up- from updated task manager.
The easiest way to select the Task Manager is by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Esc. Switch to the Startup tab, you can also temporarily stop background programs running in background by going to services tab, and you’ll see all the programs that load at Windows startup. The dialog box even has a column that shows you the Startup impact for each. The Status column shows whether the program is enabled to run at startup or not. You can right-click on any entry to change this status. It’s usually fairly easy to see things you don’t want to run. For example, if you never use iTunes, you probably don’t need iTunesHelper running all the time.