Ultimate Startup Manager for Windows
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000|
|File size:||2.21 MB|
Publisher description for Ultimate Startup Manager for Windows
Take total control over your Windows startup. Make your Windows start and work faster, more stable. Manage all auto-start programs, create profiles to choose from during startup. Extra anti-virus protection. Turbo Mode to get the best performance of your computer as possible. Advanced access control. Powerful, unique but still easy to use... Overview: During startup Windows automatically loads many programs into memory. Some of them works in a background, some waits for user action as an icon on the taskbar. All of them uses computer's resources (memory, CPU time...) With USM you can easily manage all these programs. Ultimate Startup Manager acts completely different way than other startup tools - you create profiles which contain any set of programs. During startup just select the profile you want to run. You can also associate desktop settings and resolution with any profile. With USM you can restrict access to your Windows system. You can use standard password protection, but USM delivers you an unique feature - Kids Protection System (KPS). With KPS you can create a list of items (applications, movie clips or any other documents). During startup USM asks for password. Without valid password it is only possible to run items from the list. It is impossible to run anything else. USM can also help you to protect your computer against viruses, spy-ware, add-ware and tons of other trash you don't want to have in your system. The great and unique feature of USM is the ability to run programs on a clean system - even without shell. This is called "Turbo mode" and it provides the best performance and stability possible on your system. During startup you can select programs to start in this mode and even create profiles to automatically enter this mode. Reminder helps you to remember important events. You can compose short messages which will be shown during system startup. Each event can be shown every day, once a week or on desired day.