AutoRuns and then some.
An excellent program. everyone should have some idea of the registry, what it looks lik... MoreAutoRuns and then some.
An excellent program. everyone should have some idea of the registry, what it looks like, what it does, and so. That's the good news. The bad news, it's not really for the techno-mechno challanged. What exactly am I looking for? How do I tell the "good guys" from the "bad guys"? Who/what are the forces of evil and what supports the computers functionality. If I get a virus, where in the registry do I go to delete it? And so on. Computer security is too imporant to be left to by guess or by golly. Banking, paying bills, communicating with Social Security, identity, etc all can be compromised when the computer gets hijacted. So in theory Autoruns is a good idea, without a user freindly manual to interpret the data, then it's just data. I'm glad I have it and feel I better understand the computer and its operation. But it presents a sharp leaning curve.