Can you learn another language in the time it takes for your machine to boot? Do you turn on your PC when you go to bed, so it’s finished booting by the time you get home from work the next day?
When Windows loads it’s Startup file, it attempts to load every program in there at the same time. Therefore if you have quite a lot of programs starting when Windows starts, each program will try and grab CPU time so that it can load.
If each program tries to do this at the same time, you soon notice the slow down that occurs, due to your CPU trying to help all the programs to load, and your hard disk accessing multiple files.
Startup Delayer allows you to setup how many seconds after Windows has started, to load each program.
• For Example:
If you have your mail program and a special clock starting up, then you can make your mail start say 10 seconds after Windows has loaded, and then the special clock start 20 seconds after Windows Starts.
What’s New in Startup Delayer 3.0 :
· Modified AutoUpdate to keep checking when an update is found and only revert to delayed checking after an update. This helps keep users up to date
· Added error prompt when unable to gain access when writing a file and updated the existing localization
· Fixed serialization bug when setting idle values to 0
· Updated all of the Startup Delayer project to completely remove all Krypton controls
· Updated all of the Startup Launcher project to completely remove all Krypton controls
· Threaded the initialization of the Timers so that Startup Launcher starts up faster
· Updated the Install process to remove more old files
· Fixed Zip codepage for the SDXmlUpgrader
· Updated all Forms to ensure they support 120dpi
· Fixed Install upgrade from 2.x removing Local machine Run entry