FSAutoStart is a tiny tool that provides a simple means of automatically shutting down various services and programs that take up a lot of CPU and system memory.
This utility is ideal for the users who usually need to go that extra mile to be able to run a program which requires a high amount of resources.
The user interface is rather plain and simple, easy to navigate through and both less experienced users and power users can benefit from FSAutoStart. The GUI hosts three modules, each with its corresponding sub-features.
In the Services section you can view a list of all the applications installed on your computer, along with a description, status, startup type, and logging information. Each one can be started, stopped, resumed, paused or restarted. Additionally, there's an option to cleanup disks and also, to customize the view.
The Programs section grants access to the applications that are currently running on the system. Each of them can be completely halted, stopped and restarted, or removed from the list. Saving the program settings is also possible.
In the Configuration module, you can set a path to an application, command line, process priority, delay before auto starting other programs, but there are other options too, such as setting the number of seconds to wait before killing a non-responsive program, memory defragmentation, log control output, and others.
Evidently, the program uses a tiny portion of CPU and system memory. Our tests ran great, and FSAutoStart managed to free up some of the resources.
The fact of the matter is that FSAutoStart is a great tweaking tool that offers you additional access to your installed applications in order to maximize the performance of the computer.