BUM

No, that is no insult. It stands for Boot Up Manager.

Comes in handy for older systems or people who doesn’t want unnecessary things running on their pc.

Since I’m on a desktop PC I turned off all things mentioning laptop in their discription and I turned off bleutooth too.

Installing can be done by searching for “bum” in synaptic or by entering this in a terminal window (applications -> accessories -> terminal):

sudo apt-get install bum

I suggest you read their bum-docs on how to use it.

The program can be found in “system -> administration -> Bootup-Manager”.

Boot Up Manager

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