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To see the list of startup programs in Windows Defender, open Control Panel. Then, under Programs, click Change Startup Programs. Initially, the list shows only those tasks that run in your own user account. To see startup programs that run in other accounts as well, click Show For All Users. The default organization of the list that appears on the left side of the Windows Defender Software Explorer (see Figure 4-5 on the following page) is By Publisher. You can group items by Startup Type, if you prefer. To do this, right-click any part of the list and choose Startup Type. In Figure 4-5, the list is organized by Startup Type, and you can see that this system includes one item in the user profile Startup folder, two more in the All Users Startup folder, two Current User (HKCU) registry items, and eight items in the Local Machine (HKLM) section of the registry. Included in the information on the right side of the window is the exact registry key responsible for each of the Current User and Local Machine registry items.
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Figure 4-5 Windows Defender is primarily an antispyware tool, but it can defend you against unwanted startup programs as well.
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The reason that Windows Defender includes a list of startup programs, of course, is that it s important to know about any startup programs that manage to arrive without your knowledge or consent. It s also important to know about those to which you do consent, because they can clog up your system if you re not actually using them. To determine whether an item is needed or not, you can select the item and click Disable. Then restart your system. After verifying that your system works properly without the program starting automatically, you can use the Remove button to remove it. Before you lop off a startup item, however, check to see if that item is configured by means of a Startup folder on the Start menu. If it is, you might prefer to move it from the Startup folder to another Start menu location, rather than using Windows Defender. Using Windows Defender to remove a Startup folder item doesn t delete the program, but it does erase the shortcut and you might want to use that shortcut in some other part of the Start menu or elsewhere.
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If a startup program requires elevated (administrative) credentials, Windows Defender will prevent it from starting when you log on to your system. You should see a message in your noti cation area advising you that one or more items has been blocked. Click that message to see what s been blocked and (optionally) to run the blocked program or programs.
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For more information about Windows Defender, see Stopping Spyware with Windows Defender, 10.
Using Policies to Control Startup Applications
The Group Policy console (Gpedit.msc) includes three policies that affect startup applications (and documents):
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Run These Programs At User Logon Do Not Process The Run Once List Do Not Process The Legacy Run List
Each of these policies appears in two places in Group Policy:
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User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Logon
Changes at either node affect all users of the current computer. If startup programs are specified for the Run These Programs At User Logon policy in both nodes, all such programs are run at startup the Computer Configuration programs first, followed by the User Configuration programs. If policy settings at the two nodes conflict, the Computer Configuration settings take priority. To view or modify any of these policy settings, run Gpedit.msc (you ll need administrative credentials). Note that the Group Policy console is not available in Windows Vista Home Basic or Windows Vista Home Premium.
Run These Programs At User Logon
This policy lets you specify a list of startup applications. To implement the policy, in the details pane of the Group Policy console, double-click Run These Programs At User Logon. Then select Enabled, click Show, and click Add. In the Add Item dialog box, type the name of an executable, or a document associated with an executable. If necessary, specify the complete path of the item, so that Windows can find it at startup.
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