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I have installed Wise Care 365 (registered pro member), 

I am suffering from too long boot time,

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but the Wise Bootup Booster cannot help me! and getting this message

"You need to speed up your PC manually, for Wise Care 365 is not set to run on start up"

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I don't know how to fix this, please help me.

Thanks in advance

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Try to run wise care 365 at Windows startup and see if this will change something.

Thank you for your reply, but how to do that?

I adjusted the program to do it but it seems not working!

Should I add it manually?

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1) Check in your Windows task scheduler whether the wise care 365 task has been created (start-run: taskschd.msc, press enter).

2) Check if the Windows task scheduler service is set on automatic and it is started (start-run: services.msc, press enter).

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1) Check in your Windows task scheduler whether the wise care 365 task has been created (start-run: taskschd.msc, press enter).

2) Check if the Windows task scheduler service is set on automatic and it is started (start-run: services.msc, press enter).

 

Many thanks Xilolee for your effort,

 

1) Yes, but it never runs before, and no triggers found for this process!

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2)Yes, It is set as you mentioned.

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You can also change the wise care 365 task from an elevated command prompt:

schtasks /change /TN "Wise Care 365" /RU "%computername%\%username%" /RL HIGHEST /ENABLE
Example:

C:\Windows\system32>schtasks /change /TN "Wise Care 365" /RU "%computername%\%username%" /RL HIGHEST /ENABLE
INFO: Scheduled task "Wise Care 365" has already been enabled.
Please enter the run as password for your-pc-name\your-user-name: ********

SUCCESS: The parameters of scheduled task "Wise Care 365" have been changed.
(Those codes/commands work on Windows 8.1... If they don't work on your system, please specify it)

 

Reboot your pc and see if this work...

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Yes, because you should run it in an elevated command prompt.
But leave it as is... The problem could be the triggers tab: I saw in your screenshot that the triggers column is empty.
It should be "At logon of any user".
I don't know how to change it from the command line (and if it possible), but from the task scheduler itself is possbile:
1) open task scheduler (start - run - taskschd.msc - enter)
2) double-left-click wise care 365 task
3) click the triggers tab
4) click new
5) begin the task: at logon (enabled checkbox should be ticked)
6) click ok, click ok

(Now I must go, probably WiseCleaner_admin will jump in, in few hours ;))

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Many thanks for your efforts, have a nice day...

I added a trigger as you suggested, but with one change, I made it "At system startup" not "At log on" as my problem is with startup not log on.

 

I hope that the admin can continue with me, or I can wait for your kind advice as you come back...

 

Best regards.

 

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I already have a powerful antivirus and anti-spyware which is ESET Smart Sequrity v.8

Additionally, I have Spybot, search and destroy.

 

Now I am unistalling some of the unused software from my computer, I hope this helps, otherwise, I may be pushed to format my system (I hate this!)

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I tried something different from Windows defender (Windows built-in 8/8.1 antivirus) and my pc's boot time increased from about 38-45 sec to 65-82 sec.

Although your 144 sec won't depend only by ESET, it could "eat" a few dozens of them.

Anyway, I still recommend you a fast scan with adwcleaner and junk removal tool: they could find something.

Autoruns (Russinovich sysinternals-microsoft) is another free and effective tool you could use to troubleshoot your boot time.

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