Usually some people face the problem of running some rarely used applications automatically, by restarting the Mac, which requires waiting a little longer for the user to do the tasks he wants.
Therefore, TheNextWeb provided a solution to prevent unwanted Mac applications from launching at startup, by taking them out of the startup process to speed things up.
Here’s how to do it:
Open System Preferences on your Mac.
You can do this through Finder (Cmd + Space) or by clicking on the Apple logo in the menu bar and selecting the System Preferences option.
Go to Users and Groups, then Login Items.
You can remove unwanted applications by selecting them and clicking on the icon.
If you want the app to start when you log in but not appear on the screen, you can check the hide box next to it.
After making these changes, the next time you restart your system, these applications will not appear, meaning that you can start doing the things you want to do in less time.