Mailbird is one of the popular desktop-based email client apps for Windows (also available for macOS). It’s a feature-rich email client app that is designed for a business purpose. In Windows, the default setting of Mailbird adds itself to the Windows startup, meaning that Mailbird will be launched automatically once you boot your Windows system.
Adding an app to the Windows startup is good for time efficiency as you don’t need to manually launch it to use it (especially for apps you use on a daily basis). However, it’s not the case if your computer has a limited resource. To lighten your computer load on the booting process, you might want to disable Mailbird on the windows startup.
There are two ways to do so. First, launch the Mailbird app and open the settings window by clicking the three-line icon on the top-left corner and select Settings.
On the General tab, uncheck the Run on Windows startup option. Close the settings window.
From now on, Mailbird won’t run on the Windows startup until you manually launch it.
Alternatively, you can also disable the Mailbird on the Windows startup via Task Manager. To do so, open Task Manager. If your Task Manager opens in the minimal mode, expand by clicking More details.
Click the Startup tab and look for Mailbird. Right-click and select Disable.
Just for your information, you will only see Mailbird on the Startup tab on the Task Manager if the startup option of Mailbird is still enabled.