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How to disable/enable startup programs through Registry Editor

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Martin Larra

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Hey im working on a windows tweaker program. As we all know, startup programs can commonly be found in the task manager where we can either enable or disable them. The location of those programs are found in different parts of the registry editor such as: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. However, i dont know how to disable them in the registry editor without using the task manager. It is important to say that deleting the key is useless because some programs create this key again. What i need is just like a task manager, where i can disable them but without deleting them

I tried by searching the web and the registry editor but i found nothing. Any ideas?

Thanks a lot.
<p>Hey im working on a windows tweaker program. As we all know, startup programs can commonly be found in the task manager where we can either enable or disable them. The location of those programs are found in different parts of the registry editor such as: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run. However, i dont know how to disable them in the registry editor without using the task manager. It is important to say that deleting the key is useless because some programs create this key again. What i need is just like a task manager, where i can disable them but without deleting them</p>
<p>I tried by searching the web and the registry editor but i found nothing. Any ideas?</p>
<p>Thanks a lot.</p>
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