Startup Programs on Windows Vista
How to view programs in the startup folder on Windows Vista?
The startup folder holds programs that will be automatically launched during system start up time. The startup folder is a common place where maleware leaves programs to harm your systems.
Here is how to access the startup folder to view all startup programs on a Windows Vista system.
Run File Explorer.
Go to ProgramData > Microsoft > Windows > Start Menu > Programs > Startup.
A list of startup programs will be displayed as shown in this picture:
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