Microsoft Windows has an inherent flaw that makes it slow over time. The more you use it, the more clutter it accumulates. The clutter is many a times in the form of bloatware and ad-ware that you did not have an intent to install. Consequently, everything i.e the system bootup time and basically everything else operates lethargically.
If you are an expert at everything Windows, you could venture into msconfig and forbid these applications to run at system startup. But then again how do you diagnose which softwares are safe to uninstall or block. Removing a core Windows system software is the last thing you would want to do. It’ll do more harm than good.
Should I remove it? is a free utility for Windows that decides which startup items are safe to remove. The tool first analyzes everything installed on your system and then helps you determine what’s safe to remove. But how does it do it? It does so by showing both the ratings for each program and a crowd-sourced removal percentage (meaning how many “users and experts” elected to uninstall the selected software).
Its a great tool as it keeps you at bay from making wild hunches and does all the reckoning by itself. The tool does what it promises to do. Download the free utility by hitting the download link below.
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