Delete Unwanted MSConfig Entries Permanently With MSConfig Cleanup
By on August 19th, 2009

MSConfig is a inbuilt startup manager provided with Microsoft OS, it allows you to enable or disable services and startup items, however disabling startup entries does not actually delete them from the list.

As you can see from the screenshot below, the disable startup items still show up however they are now without check marks next to them, this list can get pretty huge if you use MSConfig to manage startup items.

msconfig_entries

MSConfig Cleanup is a handy that will allow you to permanently delete all the unchecked entries in MSConfig startup manager and remove them from the listing permanently.

msconfig_cleanup

Using this tool you can keep your startup entries clean and clutter free and help you manage it better.

Download MSConfig Cleanup [via Technibble]

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