Hi, Alexey. I used AnVir Task Manager Pro for a while. What I especially liked about it was the single icon I could put in the system tray that would monitor and offer information about both CPU and memory usage. Every now and then I still use it for that purpose. However, for startup management, I much prefer WinPatrol Plus
. It does what most good startup management programs do--tells you what's starting at startup, allows you to add, remove, or disable items or to arrange to have them start at delayed startup (to avoid conflicts with other programs). It will warn you any time a program tries to insert itself into the startup menu, and helps you get rid of it. It also provides some helpful information about each program, including advice about whether it's safe and whether you can safely remove it. Unlike AnVir, WinPatrol gives information that is pretty reliable, unlike the rather flaky "security risk" assessments offered by AnVir. Another nice thing about Win Patrol Plus is that you can use it on all your computers, and once you've bought the Plus version, ALL upgrades are free. WinPatrol Plus is one of the first programs I install on any computer.
One other program you might want to take a look at is The Ultimate Troubleshooter
. I no longer use it--I don't recall why not, perhaps because I felt WinPatrol Plus was enough by itself. But I liked The Ultimate Troubleshooter better than AnVir.