LazyLoad in Action :: Screenshots :: Before LazyLoading.
The Startup tab lists the applications found in Start->Programs->Startup for
both the current user and those that are started for all users.
The Registry tab lists applications that are started through the registry. These tend to be more critical applications and should only be
altered if you are confident they can be LazyLoaded (i.e. Don't LazyLoad your anti-virus or firewall applications)
An initial TimeLine view showing a few items set to LazyLoad but most are done through the operating system. Note the CPU and Disk activities (yellow and blue lines
on the chart at the bottom) - the computer is max'd out for the first 2 minutes after LazyLoad has started just loading all the other background applications and due to the way
the system starts LazyLoad may well have been delayed loading it's self because the system was so busy - so the real stress on the system will be much
worse than the 2 minutes shown.