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  1. sleerchiarot's Avatar
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    Default Desktop Manager...

    I'm wanting to make is so that DeskTop manager doesn't start up every time my computer starts; I only want it, if I go and open it myself.
    BB Desktop significantly slows down the amount of time it takes for my laptop to be usable and done loading stuff upon being started up..
    But I can't figure out how to do this.
    Any tips?
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    Do you have your Blackberry plugged in to the computer when it starts? Do you have Desktop manager in the Start Up folder (assuming you are on Windows)?
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    Default Desktop Manager...

    no, its not plugged in. it just starts when my computer boots up, like skype would.
    and i dont know what you mean by start up folder? (im awful with technology...sorry! haha)

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    Assuming you are on Windows.... in the start menu is a folder call "Start Up" - any shortcuts for programs in there will automatically start with the computer.
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    Get the pc software "ccleaner". Its a small tiny app and it will show you which apps run at startup and you can either disable them or disable and remove them. Its a handy lil app and very small in both size and memory footprint on your system. there are other ways but they are more technical so that's why i haven't suggested em since you are not a techie.
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