Unable to Stop Unwanted Startups in Windows

Adware (advertising-supported software) is a sort of malware (malicious software) that hides on your computer and shows advertising material automatically when you go online. Your computer may be infected if you’ve been getting unwanted pop-up offers on your screen.

Unable to stop unwanted startups in windows.

The following methods can be used to fix startups issues in windows.

How can I stop Windows 10 from popping up startup automatically?

To get a list of all apps that can start up automatically, go to Settings > Apps > Startup and see which ones should be disabled. The switch displays whether the programme is currently in your starting process by displaying an On or Off status.

To disable an app, turn off its switch. However, if these troubleshooting techniques fail to resolve the problem, we must proceed with more advanced steps.

We are going to use Autoruns to fix the startup issues in this case.

Autoruns is a programme that allows users to view which processes and programmes start up automatically when someone turns on the computer. Autoruns gives information on add-ons that load when you open your browser, in addition to listing programmes that run at startup.

Using Autoruns to Deal with Startup Processes and Malware

Step 1: Using the Autoruns User Interface

The Autoruns tool is available at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb842062. Like the others, you can operate it without installing it. That’s something you’ll want to accomplish before continuing.

Note: Operating Autoruns as administrator isn’t required, although it makes the most sense to do so because a few functions won’t work as well otherwise, and there’s a strong possibility your malware is running as administrator as well.

When you initially open the interface, you’ll notice a lot of tabs and a list of things that are automatically started on your computer.

The default Everything tab displays everything from each tab, however, it might be confusing and lengthy, so we recommend going through each tab separately.

Step2: Click on the given link and run the file as administrator.

Click on the given link and run the file as administrator.

Step3: Agree to the license terms.

Agree to the license terms.

Step4: Now Autoruns is open to fixing startups.

Now Autoruns is open to fix startups.

What do the different colours in Autoruns mean?

The following elements in Autoruns have been marked in red or yellow: Yellow means the item is present in the registry, but the file is missing. Red means the item is in the registry, the file is present, but the Publisher string is empty.

Step5: Usage

Autoruns is used to see the presently configured auto-start applications, as well as the entire list of Registry and file system locations that can be used for auto-start setup. Logon entries, Explorer add-ons, Internet Explorer add-ons including Browser Helper Objects (BHOs), Appinit DLLs, image hijacks, boot execute images, Winlogon notification DLLs, Windows Services and Winsock Layered Service Providers, media codecs, and more are among the Autostart locations displayed by Autoruns.


Step6: Right-click on the entry and click delete.

Right click on the entry and click delete.

About Autoruns.

  • The Autoruns for Windows Hide Signed Microsoft Entries option allows you to zoom in on third-party auto-starting pictures that have been added to your system, as well as look at the auto-starting images configured for other accounts. Autoruns, a command-line alternative that may output in CSV format, is also included in the download package.
  • In Autoruns for Windows, the Options menu contains many display filtering options, such as just showing non-Windows entries, as well as access to a scan options box, where you may enable signature verification, Virus Total hash and file submission.

Now startups are good to go, You will receive the pop-ups at startups.

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