The longer we use our computers, the more software we may end up installing. Some of these software starts automatically when Windows starts. The more software programs the computer has on start up, the slower the computer will be to start. It is better to disable some unnecessary programs from Windows startup to speed up the computer. We can configure the startup programs using the MSCONFIG tool in Windows. Care should be taken when editing startup programs using MSCONFIG. Remove only the programs you know, generally programs you have installed yourself. Removing system required programs can cause startup issues.
Check out this short video tutorial to see how to disable some unnecessary from startup to speed up your computer: