When the Orbit Downloader is configured to initialize during the system startup, the requirement of starting the program manually whenever any file is to be downloaded is completely eliminated. However as the title of this tutorial says, if you are experiencing some problems while starting up your system after installing the Orbit Downloader, the possibilities are that the program has made the entire boot process of the system quite sluggish. In such scenario, what you can do is that you can keep your instance of Orbit Downloader from getting initialized during system startup. This way, when the Orbit Downloader won’t initialize at the boot time, the entire boot process of the computer might remarkably expedite.
After following the instructions in this tutorial, you will be able to prevent the Orbit Downloader from getting initialized when the computer starts.
Here is what you need to do:
- Log on to the computer on which Orbit Downloader is installed.
- Assuming that the Orbit Downloader was already initialized when the computer started, right-
click its icon in the system tray at the bottom right corner of the computer screen.
- From the displayed context menu, go to Preferences.
- On the opened Preferences box, from the left pane, ensure that the General category is selected.
- From the right pane, uncheck the Start Orbit on system startup checkbox.
- Once this is done, click OK to save the changes.
- Close the Orbit Downloader program.
- Restart the computer to experience the modified settings according to which the Orbit
Downloader should not initialize this time.