Ive just read a thread and have taken this from it:
press OK and it will bring up a window with a number of tabs. The last one (Startup) will show you all the programs that are automatically starting up. Out of all of them, you only actually need, "System Tray" but "Task Monitor"and "Scan Registry" are also useful to keep running. Take a look at the entries and anything you don't need, deselect (un-tick)."
I dont have any of those in my startup tab!!! Should i have???
System Tray" "Task Monitor"and "Scan Registry" You will not see these in msconfig.
Process File: ccapp or ccapp.exe Process Name: Symantec Common Client CC App
Description: ccapp.exe is a process belonging to Norton AntiVirus 2003. It is responsible for the auto-protect and email checking facilities, both of which will not function correctly if this service is stopped. This program is important for the stable and secure running of your computer and should not be terminated.
sndmon.exe (Symantec Net Driver Monitor) - Details The sndmon.exe process will periodically check your virus scanning softwares definitions against a database on the internet and automatically download and install any updates. The sndmon.exe process will ensure that your definitions are always the latest. If you stop this process your virus software may go out of date, and thus won't be able to protect your computer as effectively.
Process File: dragdiag or dragdiag.exe Process Name: Dragdiag
Description: dragdiag.exe is installed with Alcatel aDSL modems. A tray icon is installed with this process which allows quick access to this diagnostic and configuration utility. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems
Spysweeper antispyware keep in startup then won't forget to switch it on
drst = Dr Speedtouch you don't need this on start
Wannado connection don't need this unless you want internet to start automatically. just click on IE icon to connect when required