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I am running DrivePool on a system with limited resources and would like to limit what is actually running.  Within DrivePool I have unchecked both notification items, missing disk and email.  I have noticed however, even after a reboot, I still have 2 processes running named DrivePool.Notifications.exe, 1 for each of the 2 users that use the system.  Is there a way to prevent these from running, or disable them further?  I understand the importance, however I actively monitor the system and as i said, it has limited resources.



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DrivePool.Notifications.exe is responsible for checking for new versions and showing notifications of any kind in the system tray. You can disable it if you don't want any of these functionalities.


You can modify the registry as Christopher had suggested, or use autoruns from Microsoft to manage startup items:



It's found in the Logon tab in autoruns.

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