Saturday, 16 July 2011

Anti Frustration Software

PC and laptop users might have noticed a drop in their machines response in booting up over time. The longer you've been using your machine, the longer it takes for it to boot up. Sometimes it is frustrating that it crashes and doesn't know what was the cause.

As discussed in the previous post, the response in booting up is affected by programs you have installed, spywares, viruses, etc. In the previous post, a discussion is written on what to do with these programs that run alongside or before windows is booted up. The rule is, the more programs running before or alongside windows booting up, the longer for the machine to be ready for you to use it. It might take up to 10 minutes, or longer when lots of unnecessary programs are loaded at the start up.

With that in mind, we know that we need to trim out the number of programs at start up. It is easy if we know how to go and what to stop without affecting the basic functions of the machine. I know that this fact puts off most novice users.


A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a program that does this without manually going into the start up programs, and manually deciding which ones are safe to stop. As this program decides which one is safe to go, which is based from it's data base from it's programmers and users alike. It can decide which one is useless and doesn't affect your machine so it is safe to turn off from start up. It can even sense crashes on the programs you use, which might give you a solution instantly or in the future if it is not yet available.


1. After download and installation, the computer needs to be restarted. You will notice a peel away section above the start button showing how far the boot is from completion and the programs being loaded.

 2. Trimming the start up programs. Click the SOLUTO icon at the systems menu, this will load up SOLUTO's interface.

3. The interface shows you which are the programs that can be deleted without compromising the PC's performance and security, those programs that can be deleted, and the programs that are part of the  system which can not be removed.

4. Trimming start up program key words, PAUSE to stop it from running, DELAY will run after windows finishes loading

 5. If you have stopped an application by mistake, you can re start again by clicking the undo button at the removed applications list.

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