I'm sure you do not understand the process of using msconfig to selectively eliminate running services, and I imagine you did not read the entire page you linked to, since it does not provide any "method". It simply explains what the elements in the interface do, which in my case is unnecessary.
There is no practical way to sort items in the msconfig interface according to when they were last enabled, which makes the process extremely tedious.
Also, you misinterpreted my question. I did not ask you to predict anything about what might be running in my system. Other users have posted the same problem, and they have either solved it, or they gave up and choose to live with the issue, or to not use your product. For users who succeeded in fixing the problem with your help, you have the information about what the interfering process was, but either you do not have access to it, or you choose not to share the info.
This is not a viable type of support, and has been an exercise in time-wasting.
Maybe Start10 is a product used to get people into your "ecosystem" and to sell other products. But the support you offer for this is not sufficient. The low price of the program does not justify such a laissez-faire approach to support, and has taught me, at least, that I should set my expectations regarding support for products you sell at the lowest possible rung of the customer support 'ladder'.