OSX is Apple’s operating system that runs on Macintosh computers. It was first released in 2001 and over a few years replaced Mac OS9 (Mac OS Classic) as the standard OS for Macs. It was called “Mac OS X” until version OS X 10.8 when Apple dropped “Mac” from the name. When you start up a Mac, OS X loads automatically. It serves as the fundamental user interface but also works behind the scenes, managing processes and applications. For example, when you double-click an application icon, OS X launches the corresponding program and provides memory to the application while it is running. It reallocates memory as necessary and frees up used memory when an application is quit. In this article, you will learn how to Stop Apps from running automatically on MAC.
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Scenario: Apps from running automatically
Skype was always stating up whenever I turned my PC on. This was irritating and I needed to fix it. To ensure Skype for Business does not start automatically. Kindly follow the steps below.
- Open System Preferences.
- Click Users & Groups.
- Click Login Items.
- Select the app or apps you do not want to start automatically and
- Click on the minus “-” symbol to remove the app(s).
Configure Apps to launch automatically
Note: You can also configure your apps to launch automatically by clicking on the + button and browsing to the desired app. When this is done, a user log-off of the system is required to ensure the changes are applied.
I hope you found this blog post helpful. Now, you have learned how to Stop Apps from running automatically on MAC. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.