Remove TSRs and startup programs

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How to remove TSRs and startup programs. What temperature should my processor be running at?

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Remove TSRs and startup programs

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If you want to automatically disabling TSR from loading follow these steps. If you are an Microsoft XP user.

  • Click the start button below then  move the mouse cursor to programs, then start up. Now right click all the files you want to not start up routinely. If in case you were not able to locate these programs, you can locating it in the system registry or msconfig or other utility programs and software.
  • To do that: Click the start button then run, just type msconfig then enter, once done, this will open the system configuration utility window, when the window opens click the startup tab, then uncheck the startup task that you don’t want to load.
  • Also you were asking about what temperature of the processor would be running.
  • Most of today’s desktop  processors will not exceed of 95 Celsius mostly run in between 70-90 Celsius.
Answered By 0 points N/A #110631

Remove TSRs and startup programs

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Hello Prakashkumar,

For everyone else I must tell TSR means Terminate ant Stay Resident programs like antivirus and mostly viruses too. To terminate then manually you must know exact process name for them. Open “Task manager” click the tab “Processes” select the application or program you want to terminate, right click and press “end process tree” be careful about system processes ending them could terminate or log off the windows without saving any data.

To disable these programs from startup go to “Run” type “msconfig” and click “startup” tab. Uncheck all unwanted programs from the list. You can also see “services” tab take a look over there too if you want to disable any service.

Well about the processor temperature I m sending you a list of famous processors average recommended temperature as you have not mentioned your processor make.

 

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