Ubuntu Annoying startup Programs

2012-04-26  Source: Original Site  Category:Ubuntu  Views:0 

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Hi

When i startup ubuntu and login i always get three programs that startup by itself

- Open Office
- Rhythm Box
- Gaim

How do i disable these from running?

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