How can I stop icons from auto loading in taskbar in HP notebook with windows? Please explain.
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- 1Click "Start," click the "Control Panel" and then click "System and Maintenance."
- 2Click "Administrative Tools" and double-click "System Configuration." Type your administrator password if Windows prompts it. This launches the System Configuration utility. Click the "Startup" tab. You should see a list of start-up programs. Scroll down, uncheck "HP Support Assistant," and then click "OK" to save your changes. Restart your computer. HP Support Assistant is disabled.
- 3Click the "Start" menu and click the "Control Panel" if you want to uninstall HP Support Assistant. Click "Programs" and click "Programs and Features" to launch the "Uninstall or change a program" window. Scroll down the window, click "HP Support Assistant," and then click "Uninstall." If prompted, enter your administrator password and click "Continue." Confirm you want to remove this program. The setup wizard launches and removes HP Support Assistant automatically.
i dont know correctly... but i tried, if it doesnt work iam sorry..
These are the few steps which will stop icon from auto loading in taskbar it happens because of auto updates .
Remove the program from the system. Go to Add/Remove Programs by clicking the "Start" button and selecting "Control Panel.
" Select HP Updates from the list and click the "Update/Remove" button to remove the program.Remove the program from the start-up folder.
Click on the "Start" button, go to Programs and then select the "Start-up Program" group.
Right-click on the HP Updates program and select "Delete" from the context menu to remove the program.
Use ms config to remove the program from start-up and to disable the service from running.
Click on the "Start" button and select "Run" and type ms-config in the field where it says Open and click the "OK" button.
Select the Start-up tab, uncheck HP Updates and click the "Apply" button.
Use the third-party program to prevent the program from automatically loading from a registry setting.
One popular program for this is Win Patrol.
After the program has been installed, double-click on the icon in the task-bar.
Click on the "Start-up Programs" tab, select HP Updates and then click the "Disable" button.
Use a registry cleaner to remove leftover registry entries for the program. Install the program and then double-click the icon on the desktop.
Select "Clean the Registry" on the right and then click the "OK" button to start the cleaning process.
Friend download Autoruns.
Let it complete scanning and click the Services tab.
Find the name of the "bad" service in the left column ("Autorun Entry").
Right click and select "Jump to". You'll go right to the proper entry in the registry to edit it. You need to see if you have programmes loading during boot process which might be changed to on demand.
The best tool to do this is Autoruns (freeware) from Microsoft.
With Autoruns you can uncheck an item, which disables it from starting, or you can right click an item and then delete it. If you uncheck you can recheck to re-enable the item. It is a much safer approach than editing the Registry and better than using msconfig.