How to stop a program from running at startup.

Control Panel has this option but ask me to turn on windows Defender.  When I do this windows Defender comes with an error 0x800705b4.  Why is this and why windows defender even get involved?

Control Panel has this option but ask me to turn on windows Defender.  When I do this windows Defender comes with an error 0x800705b4.  Why is this and why windows defender even get involved?

.. Why does windows defender even get involved

Is that a way to disable a startup program is through Windows Defender.

.... When I do this windows Defender comes with an error 0x800705b4. Why is this

This is because you have one of the following programs installed antivirus (AV)...

Norton
McAfee
AVG
Microsofy Security Essentials (MSE)

The AVs have their own advocate. To run 2 defenders in the same computer will create conflicts.
Therefore, Windows Defender will get SHUT DOWN.
This is why you received the error 0x800705b4 code when you tried to activate Windows Defender.

.............................................................................................

However, the explanation of the reasons for which it is given, here is a way to disable startup programs without using Windows Defender...

Start > in the search box, type msconfig > Enter > click Start > here is the list of startup programs.

To disable, uncheck the box in front.

To activate... check the box opposite.

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