Apps Enable or Disable Startup Apps in Windows 11


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Startup apps are the apps that start automatically when you sign in to Windows 11.

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This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable startup apps for your account in Windows 11.


Contents

  • Option One: Enable or Disable Startup Apps in Task Manager
  • Option Two: Enable or Disable Startup Apps in Settings
  • Option Three: Enable or Disable Startup Apps in App's Advanced Options
  • Option Four: Disable Startup Apps in Registry Editor




Option One

Enable or Disable Startup Apps in Task Manager


The Task Manager will enable or disable the startup items referenced in the registry keys below.

(Current User)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\StartupApproved\Run

(All Users)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\StartupApproved\Run


1 Open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) in More details view.

2 Do step 3 (enable) or step 4 (disable) below for what you want.

3 Enable Startup Apps

A) Click/tap on the Startup tab. (see screenshot below)​

B) Select a disabled startup app you want to enable.​

C) Click/tap on the Enable button, and go to step 5.​

If the Enable button is grayed out, then it means that you must be signed in as an administrator to enable it.


Startup_apps_Task_Manager-2.png

4 Disable Startup Apps

A) Click/tap on the Startup tab. (see screenshot below)​

B) Select an enabled startup app you want to disable.​

C) Click/tap on the Disable button, and go to step 5.​

If the Disable button is grayed out, then it means that you must be signed in as an administrator to disable it.


Startup_apps_Task_Manager-1.png

5 When finished, you can close Task Manager if you like.




Option Two

Enable or Disable Startup Apps in Settings


1 Open Settings (Win+I). (see screenshot below)

2 Click/tap on Apps on the left side, and click/tap on Startup on the right side. (see screenshot below)


Startup_apps_Settings-1.png

3 Turn On (enable) or Off (disable) Startup apps for what you want on the right side. (see screenshot below)

Startup_apps_Settings-2.png

4 When finished, you can close Settings if you like.




Option Three

Enable or Disable Startup Apps in App's Advanced Options


This option may not be available for some apps.


1 Open Settings (Win+I). (see screenshot below)

2 Click/tap on Apps on the left side, and click/tap on Apps & features or Installed apps on the right side. (see screenshot below)


Startup_apps_advanced_options-1.png

3 Click/tap on the 3 dots button of an app (ex: "Microsoft Teams") you want, and click/tap on Advanced options in the menu. (see screenshot below)

Startup_apps_advanced_options-2.png

4 Turn On (enable) or Off (disable) Runs at log-in for what you want. (see screenshot below)

Startup_apps_advanced_options-3.png

5 When finished, you can close Settings if you like.




Option Four

Disable Startup Apps in Registry Editor


1 Open Windows Terminal, and select either Windows PowerShell or Command Prompt.

2 Copy and paste the command below into Windows Terminal, and press Enter to see a list of all startup apps for your account and their registry location. (see screenshot below step 3).

wmic startup get caption,user,location


3 Make note of the registry Location (ex: "HKU\S-1-5-21-2212846312-626644311-134141314-1001\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run") for the startup app Caption (ex: "Screenpresso") you want to remove from running at startup for your account. (see screenshot below)

wmic_startup-1.png

4 Open Registry Editor (regedit.exe).

5 Copy and paste the registry Location (ex: "HKU\S-1-5-21-2212846312-626644311-134141314-1001\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run") from step 3 for the startup app Caption (ex: "Screenpresso") you want to remove into the address bar of Registry Editor, and press Enter to open that location. (see screenshot below step 6)

6 In the right pane, right click on the startup app Name (ex: "Screenpresso") you want to remove, and click/tap on Delete. (see screenshot below)

This will remove the app from the list of startup apps to disable it from running at startup.

It is recommended to export this registry key to a REG file first as a backup to be able to restore later if wanted.


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7 Click/tap on Yes to approve deleting. (see screenshot below)

wmic_startup-3.png

8 When finished removing Startup apps from the registry, you can close Windows Terminal and Registry Editor if you like.


That's it,
Shawn Brink


 

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Tutorial updated to add option 4 to remove startup apps from Registry Editor. :-)
 

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Hi Shawn,
I have a dead (orphan) link in Task Manager Startup that I cannot get rid off (see attached Xbox App Services). It does not show up in any of the RUN registry hives and also not on the Powershell/Commands you mention in Option 4 (only the other 2 apps show). I had this before in Windows 10 but forgot how to remove it in the registry. Do you know perhaps?
It ended up in my Task Manager Startup (as disabled) after I disabled all the 4 Xbox services in Services, I did not uninstall anything so don't understand why I have this orphan link in Task Manager Startup. (Xbox Game bar is off in setings)
Thanks
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Hi Shawn,
I have a dead (orphan) link in Task Manager Startup that I cannot get rid off (see attached Xbox App Services). It does not show up in any of the RUN registry hives and also not on the Powershell/Commands you mention in Option 4 (only the other 2 apps show). I had this before in Windows 10 but forgot how to remove it in the registry. Do you know perhaps?
It ended up in my Task Manager Startup (as disabled) after I disabled all the 4 Xbox services in Services, I did not uninstall anything so don't understand why I have this orphan link in Task Manager Startup. (Xbox Game bar is off in setings)
Thanks
Frank

Hello Frank, :-)

Interesting. Double check all the registry locations in option 3 below to see if it may be hiding in one of those.

 

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Hello Frank, :-)

Interesting. Double check all the registry locations in option 3 below to see if it may be hiding in one of those.

Hi Shawn.
I had checked all those RUN reg hives before, only 1 has the 2 Startup apps but not Xbox. I looked in Option 3 (W11) and found the Startup options (attached) but you can only disable not delete apps there. I may download Autoruns to remove that bad Startup link or just forget about it. Ran SFC /scannow and it found no issues. Also RESET the 3 Xbox apps to see if that would remove it and disabled Games option in Settings, all without results.
Thanks
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Hi Shawn.
I had checked all those RUN reg hives before, only 1 has the 2 Startup apps but not Xbox. I looked in Option 3 (W11) and found the Startup options (attached) but you can only disable not delete apps there. I may download Autoruns to remove that bad Startup link or just forget about it. Ran SFC /scannow and it found no issues. Also RESET the 3 Xbox apps to see if that would remove it and disabled Games option in Settings, all without results.
Thanks
Frank

I searched the registry, and couldn't find any reference for "Xbox App Services" either.
 

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I searched the registry, and couldn't find any reference for "Xbox App Services" either.
Try combined XboxAppServices or XboxAppServices.exe and you may get 2 hits: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PackagedCom\Package\Microsoft.GamingApp_2210.1001.58.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe\Server\0 (Microsoft.Xbox.App) and
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\PackagedCom\Package\Microsoft.GamingApp_2210.1001.58.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe\Server\0 (XboxAppServices.exe) The 2nd key is the app in my Task Manager Startup but File Location (right click) is greyed-out meaning the program is no longer there?
 

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Try combined XboxAppServices or XboxAppServices.exe and you may get 2 hits: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\PackagedCom\Package\Microsoft.GamingApp_2210.1001.58.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe\Server\0 (Microsoft.Xbox.App) and
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\PackagedCom\Package\Microsoft.GamingApp_2210.1001.58.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe\Server\0 (XboxAppServices.exe) The 2nd key is the app in my Task Manager Startup but File Location (right click) is greyed-out meaning the program is no longer there?

Those would reference the app package for it, but not related to startup apps. :(

As a test, you could try uninstalling the Microsoft.GamingApp using option 5 below to see if it may remove it.

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers -PackageTypeFilter Bundle -Name "*Microsoft.GamingApp*" | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers

 

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Those would reference the app package for it, but not related to startup apps. :(

As a test, you could try uninstalling the Microsoft.GamingApp using option 5 below to see if it may remove it.

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers -PackageTypeFilter Bundle -Name "*Microsoft.GamingApp*" | Remove-AppxPackage -AllUsers

I get Access Denied (see attached), probably have to Take Ownership of the whole package folder or just of that file?
 

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I get Access Denied (see attached), probably have to Take Ownership of the whole package folder or just of that file?

It looks like you need to open an elevated PowerShell or Windows Terminal instead.

Open Windows Terminal (Admin), and select Windows Powershell.
 

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It looks like you need to open an elevated PowerShell or Windows Terminal instead.

Open Windows Terminal (Admin), and select Windows Powershell.
Thanks Shawn, I'll try it and always can reinstall it from the Windows store if want it back:-)

Update 07:30
Gone (see attached)!
Frank
 

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My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11 Home 22H2 build: 22621.1194
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Acer/Aspire5 515-54G-70AG
    CPU
    Intel i7-10510U CPU 1.8 GHZ
    Motherboard
    Intel Comet Lake-U PCH-LP Premium, firmware version 3.2
    Memory
    8 GB 1333.3 MHz Dual channel
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel UHD + NVIDIA GeForce MX250
    Sound Card
    RealTek ALC255 chipset
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Full HD TN 16"
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080 220 NITS
    Hard Drives
    SATA mechanical 1TB TOSHIBA HDWL110 X1UGPHELT 5600 rpm
    PSU
    Murata battery AP18C4k (31CP5/81/68) Li-Polymer Battery Pack, full capacity 46620 mWh 11.4V
    Case
    Polycarbonate with a metal panel lid
    Cooling
    1 fan
    Keyboard
    US
    Mouse
    Precision Trackpad
    Internet Speed
    15 mb/s
    Browser
    Edge
    Antivirus
    Windows Defender
    Other Info
    2022 Intel diplay driver: gfx_win_101.3413_101.2111.exe
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