What's the difference between "Remove from boot" (Pause) and "Delay"?
posted this on July 10, 2011, 7:00 PM
The Background Apps feature in Soluto allows you to "Remove from boot (Pause)" or "Delay" applications from the Windows boot, helping the PC to start quicker. To use this feature, choose the PC you’d like to manage and then select “Background Apps.":
"Remove from boot" (or "Pause" as it was previously called) means that the application will not run at boot, but at your command. For example, if you choose to pause Windows Live Messenger, you will need to start the application manually when you want to chat with your friends.
"Delay" means that the application will not run at boot, but instead Soluto will launch it a few minutes after the boot is complete, when the PC is idle. For example, if you choose to delay Windows Live Messenger, the application will not start at boot, and you will appear offline to your friends until Soluto automatically launches it a few minutes later.