Running in SelectiveStartup
My OS is VISTA Home Premium and prior to Vista I used XP. Since by default, there are always too many things running is the back ground using up system resources. Actually, just about everything you install will have a checkmark next to it in the startup tab. Many of the things running, I don't need running. So I alway go to MSCONFIG and choose Selective Startup. I then go to the startup tab and uncheck many of the things that I feel are not necessary. I then always run my system on SELECTIVE STARTUP. But I've read somewhere that you should not run your system in SELECTIVE STARTUP on a continual basis. Is this correct? It seems to me that it's better not to have so many things running in the background; or am I wrong? ~Frank~
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