On my office PC, I am still running Windows 95. For some reason, Start > Run does not recognize "msconfig"; & so I am in need of another way to enter the System Configuration Utility, in order to be able to streamline my startup group. Thanks.
if Msconfig is the command, then just do a search for it. I never really used 95... I was still a Mac user back then. It would be in the Windows folder, and then in the system folder under that.... or possibly system32 folder ( if there even is one)
MSConfig did not come with Windows 95, only on Win98 and up. The equivalent tool in Win95 is "sysedit.exe", but it does not have the option of disabling startup items in the registry or Startup menu group.
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