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Unable to Delete Disabled Programs In Startup Tool

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After upgrading my from Windows 7 to Windows 10, all of the disabled startup programs still display in the Startup tool window in CCleaner Professional 5.5.7108, but I am unable to either enable them or delete them.  How can I remove the disabled entries from the Startup Tools list?

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I received the following message when trying to delete a disabled program.

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You may not want to hear this but after doing an upgrade from Win 7 to Win 10 it is always best to then do a clean install of Win 10. Otherwise bits of old operating systems (in your case Win 7) will keep popping up all over the place.

You don't need to worry about a key as after you did your upgrade your key gets saved on the Microsoft servers and gets auto recognised.

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CCleaner must be reading the list of inactive startup programs from somewhere.  They don't appear anywhere in the current registry - only the enabled startup programs are in the current registry file.  Would anyone be able to tell me where this list is being populated from? registry 

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