Did you know that the startup application plays a major role in the system boot delay?. Yes, you heard it right, when you installed a hell lot of applications on your system, then some of these applications automatically tries to load themselves during system startup.
This is the reason why your system takes so much time to boot up. But don’t worry guys, you can easily manage your startup applications. Just have a glance at this article to find out how to manage startup applications in Ubuntu 14.04.
Steps to manage startup applications:
Step 1: First go to your Unity search bar and then type “startup applications”. You’ll see a “startup applications” icon, just click on that to open.
Step 2: You’ll see a ‘startup application’ window, under which you may see three functional buttons i.e. Add, remove and edit. First, click on “Add” button.
Step 3: Under ‘Add Startup Program’, you have to enter the details of your program like name, command, and comment and then click on “Add” button when done.
Step 4: You may see your new program is listed in the startup application preferences.
Step 5: Now, let’s talk about “Remove” option. In order to perform this operation, first you have to select the program till it gets highlighted and then click on the Remove button to delete that program from the startup list.
Step 6: Last but not the least is “Edit” option. Here, you can edit your startup program. Click on edit button while selecting any program.
Step 7: Here, you can change the name, command, and comment on your selected program.
Step 8: After editing the details, just click on “Save” button as shown in the image below.
That’s all friends. Keep reading