Well... You do seem to have a few programs and services starting up with your computer. It is hard to tell which ones are contributing to your slow startup just by looking at the autoruns log.
Before we get into a full on bout of troubleshooting....
Your computer once had McAfee installed on it. Likely from the factory. There are still some components that are installed that I can see. Mostly BHO (browser helper objects). If there are any McAfee components in your uninstall menu, I would uninstall them since you are using webroot. Once they are uninstalled, run the McAfee removal tool. (http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe
Here is a little reading material for you. It is a short article from MS.
Optimize Windows 7 for better performance
You should run a chkdsk before troubleshooting to be sure that a filesystem error is not causing your slow boot up.
open a command prompt. Press and hold the windows button on your keyboard (usually between Ctrl & Del with the Windows symbol on it) then tap the R key.
In the run dialogue box, type CMD and press enter.
at the command prompt type...
The chkdsk program will notify it cannot run and will ask you if you want to run it on the next startup. select Y.
Restart the comptuer, chkdsk will automatically run and correct any filesystem errors that are present.
Once the chkdsk has completed, log into windows and start Autoruns.
- First, deselect any check-boxes that say "file not found" under the Image Path column. These will remain unchecked.
- Then, choose the Logon tab.
- Deselect all entries under logon except WRSVC (this is your webroot AV)
- Restart your computer.
At this point, does your computer start up faster than it has been?