Startup Manager 2.3 released

The new version 2.3 of Startup Manager – a program to manage the programs that start automatically – now adds support for translations. There also is a “check for update”-dialog now and there are brand new shiny toolbar icons!

Startup Manager is currently available in the following languages:
Catalan – Chinese (simplified) – Chinese (traditional) – Dutch – English – French – German – Italian – Japanese – Polish – Portuguese – Romanian – Russian – Spanish

Startup Manager 2.3 can be downloaded at:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/st-m/StM_setup230.exe?download
There also is an ANSI version available and source code available at the following location:
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=137182&package_id=150718&release_id=514559
And finally there is a list with installers for the translations (all translations are also included in the Startup Manager setup file):
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=137182&package_id=226099&release_id=514552

A complete change-log can be found here

2 Responses to “Startup Manager 2.3 released”

  1. Robert Cathles Says:

    Startup Manager is a well-designed program for managing all the startup programs. Even the shortcuts to regedit and msconfig are useful! But one thing that should be added is a “Run now” command on each startup item so that it can be run if it has been diabled from the startup. It would make it a lot easier to start programs if they’ve already been disabled without having to make new shortcuts or having to start browsing around Program Files to start the program. Otherwise all the features in the program are extremely useful.

  2. Glenn Says:

    I’ve added the “Run now” command to the todo-list for the next version.