Startup Defender 3.2

Startup Defender is a small program that sits in your Windows tray and constantly monitors the startup locations on your PC. If a program tries to write itself into any startup location Startup Defender will popup windows and ask if the program is allowed to place itself to start automatically with Windows.
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Not only say what is trying to be placed in autorun but also say which program is placing them there.

davidmurphy, 24.10.2011, 11:10
48 votes Vote

Come with a guidance protocol, so you dont block trusted programs that are known to be good like Chrome or Winamp by accident

Like Zone alarm firewall come with a guidance thing so you can get reccomendations as to whether to block a program or not
jacksp5, 24.10.2011, 08:27
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32 votes Vote

Use the right mouse button to manage Services and Processes alike the Startup Programs.

nevig, 24.10.2011, 07:43
20 votes Vote

Extend protection to usb autoruns and boot possible viruses.

Crisu Manea Razvan, 24.10.2011, 13:23
18 votes Vote

memory used

Software such as Startup Defender, need to know the amount of memory used before downloading and installed. Went to the author's website and it's not provided there either. Could email them, but this becomes an exercise and probably wouldn't...
Miles, 24.10.2011, 14:43
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