Most of us are aware of the procedure to manage startup items via MSCONFIG or Task Manager in Windows 7/8 or Windows 10. Now if you are using Windows 10 v1803, then this version offers you a way to manage startup programs or apps via Settings as well.
Manage Startup Apps via Windows 10 Settings
Some installed software and apps start automatically when you log in, and that is because they add items to the startup list. This can slow down your computer, and so it is always a good idea to disable the one’s you do not need. In this post, we will see how you can manage the startup apps via the Settings panel.
From the WinX Menu, open Windows Settings and head over to Apps > Startup.
On your right-hand side, you will find some apps which start automatically when you log in to your system. Every app comes with a toggle button that you can use to enable or disable their startup status.
You can also find the impact of these apps on system startup. For example, you can see High, Medium, Low, No impact under the toggle button. If your system has not measured the impact, it will display Not measured.
It is noted that this is an additional way to control the startup programs, and you can still manage the startup programs using the Task Manager in Windows 10.