F-Group Software releases Absolute Startup 4.1

Software aims to help PC users to take complete control of their computer start-up options, and protect PCs from malicious software.

Absolute Startup is an application that is designed to allow novice and professional PC users to gain complete control over their computer start-up configuration, including services and dll files. It aims to enhance start-up options available and to inform a user when a start-up configuration has been changed without their knowledge.

The program comes with an online database access that determines and deletes or disables malicious and nonessential applications that insert their own components into operating system autorun segments, and hinder PC performance, the company says. The software is designed to get rid of all malicious and annoying software types.

Unlike competing products, Absolute Startup is said to come with a user-supported database of over 4 000+ applications known to insert their components in registry, start-up folders and other system-critical files. According to the company, any user can quickly look up an unknown item to see if it is dangerous or not, or use automatic optimization (all malicious software is deleted, all nonessential applications are disabled).

Besides that, Absolute Startup is designed to allow users to add, edit, disable and delete programs in start-up sections of the OS, start or stop start-up items, and to find the source of any record as well as to find that program's folder.

Professional PC users and system administrators are sure to appreciate options like read and write access to other users' start-up configurations, backup of all start-up items, a built-in changes monitor, HTML export options and managing system services and libraries.

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