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Tutorial - How to Manage Startup Programs?

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If you want to use your laptop computer as a Wi-Fi router to give your cell phone or other devices the ability to connect to the internet, you will need the help of Advanced Win Utilities Free which has a WiFi creator that allows you to set the hotspot ID (SSID) & password and select the connection you want. Just several mouse clicks, you can share your internet connections wirelessly. You can also have a clear view of the connection information, operations performed, the settings changed and the running status in a report window.
Activate Free Startup Manager

Step 1. Activate Free Startup Manager

Launch Advanced Win Utilities Free and go to "File & Program Management" tab and in "PROGRAM MANAGEMENT" group, click "Startup Manager" to activate the free startup manager.
Remove Startup Programs

Step 2. Remove Startup Programs

Once the free startup manager is launched, it will list all the startup programs. Choose a startup program and click "View Item" to open its registry entry. Click "Run" and then "Yes" to launch the selected program. You can also click "Refresh" to refresh the startup list. Select the item you want to remove from the startup list and click "Delete" & "Yes". Everything can be done in a minute.
Add Startup Programs

Step 3. Add Startup Programs

Click "Add" and the "New Run Item" window is activated. Click the "Section" dropdown menu to add new startup items to your startup folder, Run, Run Once, Run Services or other Registry keys. Enter the item name and browse the file path. You can also change Arguments used in the selected program. Click "OK" and this item will run at startup when you turn on your computer.
Edit Startup Item Entry

Step 4. Edit Startup Item Entry

Click "Start" button to create the Wi-Fi hotspot and within seconds the hotspot you create with the name you set can be detected by your device. Now you can share the Internet connection wirelessly with anyone who has the password you create.

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