What exactly starts up automatically with your Mac? You can see a list of Login Items in the Accounts area of System Preferences, but some may have opaque names like LCCDaemon or SEC Helper. Macworld offers a few ways to see the full path to those auto-starting programs, either using Terminal-fu or simply hovering the mouse over an entry to get a full path tooltip. Once you've got the full path of the process, it's easy to see what application the process is associated with after all.
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