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    Instructions to turn off the applications in Mountain Lion startup?

    Can you please tell me what settings I should change in order to turn off the applications to be started automatically in my Mac which runs with Mountain Lion? For example, I have installed Dreamweaver application in my Mac and it just opens up whenever the system is booted. How to switch it off without being called automatically whenever the system starts up? Waiting for the reply. Thank you.

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Instructions to turn off the applications in Mountain Lion startup?

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :

    >> Firstly Restart The PC
    >> And See Which Apps Are Open Automatically In The PC
    >> Than Uninstalled That Apps From The PC And Restart The PC
    >> Than Check That Error Happens Again Without That Apps If Yes Than Insert The OS CD And Repair The OS
    >> Otherwise Installed The Software Again But Firstly Installed The Antivirus And Scan The PC
    >> Than Installed The Software And Access The PC Without Any Issue.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    samerjeet singh Array
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    Re: Instructions to turn off the applications in Mountain Lion startup?

    Hello guestit has very small procedure to turn off applicationjust do as i say1 goto main menu2 than check those application ehich are running3 click on the icon of those application4 than goto option5 click on the option of turn off applicationclick okit will be turn off after some secondgood bye

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