The Windows startup process can become slower as new applications are installed that launch automatically when Windows starts. Which utility can help you manage the applications that run during the startup process?
During the startup process of Windows XP startup, you are able to login and view the desktop. Immediately after the desktop appears, an error message in a pop-up box appears on the screen. The error message does not seem to reference a specific application and the message simply says “Error found. Application closing.” What built-in Windows utility would easily help troubleshoot this Windows startup problem?
During the Windows startup process, which file is responsible for identifying the hardware inside of the computer?
During the startup process of one of your computers, an error message appears in the middle of the screen with a generic error code and message. The error does not identify the application that caused the message, and there are so many applications launching during startup that it’s difficult to know exactly which one is causing this message to appear. The rest of the Windows startup process operates normally and the computer works as expected. Where is the best place to get more information about this error message?
One of your users would like to have their email application launch automatically when they start their computer. What can you do in Windows XP to ensure the application will begin as soon as the computer starts?
You’d like to view the applications that run when Windows XP starts and modify some of your BOOT.INI file settings. What utility allows you to manage these startup processes?