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Media Manager Task Tray Icon

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OK... I dont use the media manager part of the application ever, and I am looking for a way that it does not autostart on boot. Basically, after every boot/login to my system, there is the media manager icon in my task tray with a little red x meaning I am not sharing. This wastes valuable system resources, and its annoying as can be. How do I get it to not appear after every boot/login?

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OK... I dont use the media manager part of the application ever, and I am looking for a way that it does not autostart on boot. Basically, after every boot/login to my system, there is the media manager icon in my task tray with a little red x meaning I am not sharing. This wastes valuable system resources, and its annoying as can be. How do I get it to not appear after every boot/login?

 

Open Media Manager, click on Tools, click on Stop Watching Folders. That should do it. If not, you can uncheck it in msconfig.

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There should also be an option in Media Manager where you set it to stop watching folders to also turn off the system tray icon.

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