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How Do I stop applications at Start Up


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Ok I installed the HP software that came with my printer and everytime I start up my computer it Launchs how do i stop it from doing that and every time my computer hibernates.
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Go into system preferences : accounts. Select your account and choose 'Startup Items'.

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Thank you!
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Ahh still doesnt work how do you add and remove programs on OS X this Hp Crap still boots up everytime i hibernate this machine and shut it down
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To remove a program on a Mac, locate its icon and drag it to the Trash.

If you have trouble finding it, look in the Applications or Utilities folder (which is inside the Applications folder.)
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