Start\Settings\Control Panel\Administrative Tools\Computer
Management(Local)\System Information\Software Environment\Startup
Programs|View|Advanced, then in the "Location" column, you'll find the path
to the "Startup" location either in the "Startup" directories or from the
registry's "Run" keys.
You can delete the shortcuts that you no longer want to run.
You can delete the string value for the program you no longer want to run.
Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft MVP [Windows NT/2000 Operating Systems]
> Whenever a user logs into my laptop running windows 2000
> professional a pop-up window of the Windows explorer
> appears. It always opens up the directory of an
> application I had installed. When I deintall the
> application( A file viewer) the pop-up window does not
> appear upon login.
> I has checked the startup folder but nothing relevant to
> this is found. The Windows explorer pop up window comes
> for any user who logs into the system.
> Any help on this issue is appreciated.
> Thank you
> Chandra Ramineni