Computer rules are so simple; the more software you install on your PC, the longer it will take to start up Windows. Why? Many Windows programs add themselves to the list of startup apps that means when you boot your computer, startup programs will automatically start with it. Generally, startup programs sit on the Windows system tray and remain invisible from most Windows PC users.
Starting with Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced the Settings app, which is also available in the Windows 11 operating system. Using this Settings app, you can control most of the Windows settings, even the Startup app. There are a lot of free tools available over the internet to control the startup applications on Windows 11. However, in this gearupwindows article, we will guide on enabling or disabling the startup apps using the Windows default option.
How do I Enable or Disable Startup Programs in Windows 11?
To enable or disable the startup apps or programs in Windows 11 using the Settings app, do the following:-
Step 1. Open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. In the Settings app that opens, click on the
Step 3. Now, in the Startup Apps section, you will see a list of all UWP apps and traditional desktop programs that are either turned On or turned Off at present.
Step 4. Here, turn the toggle switch to the On position to enable the startup and turn the toggle switch to the Off position to disable the selected program from the startup. You need to turn Off or turn On the startup program individually.