Controlling the startup of Windows 10 and the apps that launch with it is almost an art that requires constant attention. With every new app installed, care must be taken not to be placed in the front row of this system.
Microsoft has given users the right tools to control this area, but reaching them is not always easy. So, there is a simple trick that can be used at this point.
Control which apps start with Windows 10
For most users, the apps that are added to the Windows 10 startup are just the only reasons to delay their startup. They like to have this element controlled and always in tune to have nothing more than what is essential and absolutely necessary.
There is, however, a small trick that allows you to quickly access this area, without having to take all the steps to access these areas. Just a simple command and a file explorer window will open, where there are shortcuts to apps.
A simple command gives access to the list they are looking for
Start by opening the run that is associated with the Start Menu. You can do it through this or, simply, using the shortcut Win + R. The Run window will then open and where you should place the command shell: startup.
As previously mentioned, a new Windows 10 File Explorer window will open. There, in the form of shortcuts, there will be a list of applications that the system will load when the machine starts up. They are, as expected, accessing the Start Menu Startup folder.
They just need to delete the apps they don't want at startup
The next, logical and obvious step, is to remove the shortcuts that are present there and that they understand are not necessary. Simply move them to the trash and they are no longer used when Windows 10 starts.
This is a simple way to control Windows 10 startup. You can, and should, follow the methods traditional and the system. However, this shortcut is the fastest way to find out which apps are starting with Windows.