Startup Bar

SSSUBProgHave a simple look at your startup with Startup Bar!

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This application indicates when the system’s startup process has finished and it is therefore possible to use the system at its maximum power.

It is easy to install and use: you will hear a sound when your operating system will have finished booting and loading all the applications: you can have a file opened or even a Windows command run. If you want to use the computer without waiting, you can simply click on the window to close the application; else, it will be closed automatically when you will move your mouse. The only action that can be performed to improve the performance of the application is to wait for the end of the startup process before using or starting any other application.

SSSUBStarsThe startup completion percent is estimated live and its accuracy increases over time. You will see a bar showing the percent and two counters: the upper one is the estimated remaining time and the lower one is the elapsed time. A simple rating of your system’s CPU availability is given every time at the end of the process.

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Minimum Requirements:

  • Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 7 (Download)
  • Windows operating system

The whole application has been completely ideated, designed and developed by Eyes On People.

Startup Bar is free software: this means you can download it, use it and share it. If you want to know your rights and duties and download this application, you must read the License (Eyes On People Freeware License 1.0).

Available Languages:

  • English
  • Italian

Download Startup BargiftnVersion 1.0 – Multilingual – 377 KB

For detailed instructions, read the Startup Bar Manual.
Still having problems? Look at the Startup Bar Frequently Asked Questions.

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8

It is possible to use the application on other operating systems.
For the support and the test on Windows Seven and Windows Eight we want to thank the contributors.