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Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader & Acrobat Manager

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Octavio

#1
Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader & Acrobat Manager: I just noticed that these
are clicked on in my System Configuration/Startup tab.

It is necessary that these two be left on to start with the computer and I
turn it on?

Do they slow the computer's starup?
 
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Charles W Davis

#2
"Octavio" <inquirer@newsgroup> wrote in message
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> Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader & Acrobat Manager: I just noticed that
> these are clicked on in my System Configuration/Startup tab.
>
> It is necessary that these two be left on to start with the computer and I
> turn it on?
>
> Do they slow the computer's starup?
If they are in the startup list, the do use resources. None need to be
running in the background. It will take a few milliseconds longer to open a
PDF, for instance. The same goes for Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, and many
other programs. You might want to have the various update managers to
continue to run; QuickBooks, etc.