From the pop-up menu, click on the command for Task Manager.
In the Task Manager window, click the tab for Startup.
Another option is to go through Task Manager, where you can scour the list of startup programs, research each specific program on the web to learn what it does, and then disable any apps you feel don't need to launch at startup.
If you have to run a program that gets kicked out of the startup process, you can still launch it manually from its Start menu or Start screen shortcut.
Should you decide you want to kick an app out of the startup sequence using Task Manager, right-click on it and select the entry for Disable.
Your safest bet is to disable one app at a time, restart your PC, and then make sure you and Windows can live without the program running at startup.
The challenge here is to hunt down the ones that don't need to launch at startup while not disturbing the ones that do.
First, you can sort the list a few different ways via the headings at the top.
You can sort the list of apps a few different ways. Beyond viewing the apps by name, you can sort the list by Status or Startup impact. Reviewing your startup apps through Task Manager offers an advantage in that you can more easily research each one to better gauge whether or not to disable it.
Right-click on any empty area of the Taskbar in Windows 10.
These indicators measure the impact a startup program has on your PC’s CPU and disk drive at startup.
The higher the impact indicator, the longer a program takes to load, thereby increasing the time it takes for Windows to completely start.
By default, the list should be sorted by name, but you can also tap the headings to sort by software publisher, startup status, and startup impact.