The automatic start of certain apps when starting is very useful. This helps users save a lot of time opening apps. The problem, however, is that your computer's startup time will slow down as your computer ages and your hard drive wears down.
This means that a start time of 10 seconds can now take 20 seconds or longer. If you don't buy a new computer, you can shorten your device's startup time by managing the apps that start automatically. If you are a Mac user who wants to manage their startup apps, do the following:
To manage startup apps
- Click the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the Mac screen
- System Settings
- Click Users & Groups
- In the window that opens, select your user name in the left pane.
- shows you a list of apps that open automatically when you log in ,
- To remove an app, select the app and click the "-" button.
- If you want to add an app, click the "+" button.
Alternative Methods for Managing Start Apps
The method highlighted above gives you an overview of the apps that start when you log in to your Mac. This is useful if you prefer to look at things from a macro perspective but don't want to do all the steps, there are alternative ways to manage individual apps.
- In the list of apps in your dock, right -click (or CMD + click) the app you want to manage
- Go to Options> Open at login
- This means that the App opens automatically when you log in.
- If not, click Open at login to activate it.
- Repeat the above process if you want to remove an app will not automatically open when you log in to your computer
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