Re: Vista 64 slooow application launch

"CADdaddy" <guest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:a96e2fd57c980db22fd30633c855a450@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I did a selective startup and removed most un-needed applications. I
also disabled indexing. No change. What I did notice is that my
problem is related to the internet connection. The slow app launch is
present after being connected to the internet. The applicaitons launch
normally when I unplug the internet. Any ideas where to head next?


Open the task manager and watch processes and network activity. That may reveal the cause.


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