i don't see why you would bother uninstalling it, or screwing with the start up settings, Enthusiasts run SSD's, SSD's are the future and honestly with even a bad SSD the software adds .1MS to the boot time, And then theres the miniscule memory footprint in a modern system.Originally Posted by Bucake
my advice is set your settings, and then uninstall the software.
i don't see why you would even want to keep it installed anyway? especially keep it running.
it's just unnecessary
the process may be light, but it's still useless.