I am trying to disable several application from auto starting after restarting computer.
However - can not see
Startup folder in
Where to find it / how to enable it?
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Your screenshot shows the 'Classic' (Windows 7) Task Manager, which you probably installed from WinAero. Uninstall it to get the real Windows 10 Task Manager app back.
As of Windows 10.1803, the same feature can be found in the Settings app, under Apps → Startup. Eventually it might be removed from Task Manager.
A better tool is autoruns.
With this tool you can disable and enable startups with a click and refine the display by filter and display either all the startups or separate them by section.
Note, too, that in addition to autoruns (which I also recommend), you can view the contents of the Startup folder itself (which is not available from the Windows 10 menu) in the following ways:
An application that starts with Windows, however, may well not be in this folder—as many other things can cause an application to start automatically.