Solved Removing eedspeedlauncher from startup

Acer / Aspire 5738g
October 10, 2014 at 02:06:47
Specs: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Core2 Due 2.20 GHz / 2x2 GB
Is it safe to remove "eedspeedlauncher" from startup list?
All I know that it is related to a Samsung printer I use at work (I use my personal laptop at work sometimes). Does it really need to startup and will removing it affect the printer negatively?

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October 10, 2014 at 03:11:02
You can safely remove it, it won't stop your printer from working.

However, I suggest you just disable it rather than removing it, then you'll be able to easily enable it again if you want to.

You can enable or disable startup entries very easily with Ccleaner:

When you've installed Ccleaner, open it.
Click "Tools" then click "Startup".
You'll see all the startup items in a single list.

Highlight the one you want to disable, then click the "Disable" button.
It will remain in the list but will be in light grey text to show it's disabled.
Restart Windows for it to take effect.
That item won't start with Windows any more.

To re-enable an item, highlight it and click "Enable" button.
Restart Windows for it to take effect.
That item will start every time Windows starts.

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October 10, 2014 at 04:29:17
Hi phil22,
Can I just uncheck (disable) it in System Configuration (msconfig)? What about Adobe reader and Acrobat manager, and Bluetooth software?
Many Thanks.

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October 10, 2014 at 10:31:46
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Not sure about Bluetooth but the only reason I can imagine Adobe Reader is in msconfig startup is so that it can check for automatic updates. Updates are relatively infrequent and you can get them manually from Adobe Reader > Help > Check for Updates. Acrobat is probably similar and you should be able to get updates from their website.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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October 10, 2014 at 12:57:07
Hi Derek, I disabled both as I don't want many items in startup list! :) Thanks for the info.

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