In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Chad Beeder and Larry Larsen talk about a Sysinternals Autoruns file from a viewer (Judy) for a slow booting system. We update Sysinternals and in doing so, we use Sysinternals Steams to show the (NTFS) alternate data stream used to save the Zone information of the download.
[00:00] - Nintendo legacy
[02:04] - Judy's new machine was slow to boot (and run)
[02:41] - Open the Autoruns file - comes up blank with old version
[02:55] - Need to update the Sysinternals files
[03:28] - Show the 'Zone' stream with Sysinternals Streams
[04:40] - Unblock removes the stream
[06:17] - Open the Autoruns file with the new version
[06:27] - You can't use "Autoruns Filter Options" with a file
[06:55] - Keep Microsoft, IHV and OEM related software
[08:28] - Question the ISV software
[12:26] - Too much AV software!
[13:55] - Microsoft Security Essentials is a great (free) AV solution
[15:30] - Review installed software in Programs and Features
[17:57] - Email us your issues at email@example.com
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