Process name: StartupMonitor.exe
Product: Startup Mechanic or StartupMonitor or StartupMonitor.exe
Company: Mike Lin
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Average user rating of StartupMonitor.exe:
based on 23 votes. Read also the 17 reviews.
293 users ask for this file.
22 users rated it as not dangerous.
1 user rated it as little bit dangerous.
|All comments about StartupMonitor.exe: |
| Rune Melhus|| Small program that monitors your startup folders and pops up of a process tries to add an entry there. See also: Link |
| Thom Chesshyre|| Very handy - warns you when something tries to add a startup process |
| rschel|| Terrific little program that warns you whan an application registers something to run at startup. |
| fanemorrow|| Best little program i have found helps stop programs form add parts of it self to reg......unless you want to. |
| Kevin|| A very handy user-friendly program which controls whatever program that tries to add into your system startup list. It also scan and remove or disable unnecessary harmful program fromyour startup list. works incredibly together with a antispyware and antiadware program |
| Martin|| Works great ! Prevents adware dragons from growing new heads in the registry as you chop them off. |
| Robert|| Used this great utility for years and consider it essential. Use without fear - it's clean. |
| regulus|| the best program ever |
| sartalon|| Great program to run, gives you back control |
| Rick Cooper|| I'm suspicious that it did not stop when I attempted to disable it. I find traces of it in various monitoring utilities and wonder what it's doing and what it's reporting to whom or where? as mentioned by others, it often erroneously identifies programs as useless or dangerous that are not. For example, it doesn't like nwiz, a program that my NVIDIA graphics card apprarently installed. Security Task Manager shows it as "potentially dangerous" because it starts with Windows, messes with the Registry, has no visible window and operates invisibly. |
| Bunny|| Have had the program for some time; very satisfied. |
| Mela|| Used it for years, excellent startup control, not a virus! |
| ark|| excellent utility! See also: Link |
| DrBB|| Mike Lin's program to monitor unanticipated changes in startup file. |
| Phill.|| startup monitor & startup control panel are must have programes! See also: Link |
| Bruce|| It does not identify any program as useless or dangerous; rather, it notifies you when a program tries to insert itself into the Windoze start queue and asks whether you want to allow the program to do this or not. One of the greatest little Windoze utilities around! |
| Francis|| Good utility which stops installers starting 'thier' program at system startup without your permission. |
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