Many Mac users are experiencing an issue where the right side of the screen is filled with “Login Items Notification” messages every time they boot up.
Despite deleting unnecessary login items, disabling all background apps, and turning off notifications in System Settings, the notification keeps popping up.
Luckily the issue can be fixed by deleting the problematic apps from your Mac.
Fix Login Items Notification Keeps popping up on Mac
The Login Items notification is spamming in your Mac because there the app(s) on your Mac is attempting to log in as it is being logged out continuously by your macOS Ventura system.
This is a known glitch experienced with the release of macOS Ventura. However, there are a couple of ways to deal with the issue until Apple officially fixes it.
1. Clear the LaunchAgent Cache
1. Press Shift + Command + G to open the “Go to Folder…” box.
3. Copy and paste the following address:
4. Open the LaunchAgents folder and search for the app or developer name that is causing the notifications to appear repeatedly.
5. Delete the .plist file and then empty the Trash.
6. Additionally, check to see if the same app or developer has launched daemons set up in the following location, and delete them if necessary.
7. Restart your Mac.
2. Identify and uninstall problematic apps
As I told you already, the issue is because some Mac app(s) is attempting to log in again and again. So you can uninstall the app completely.
Follow these steps to identify the app and uninstall it.
1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.
2. Go to the Notifications option from the left pane and set Notification Previews to Always.
3. This will let you know the processes that are causing the issue. For example, for one user, the Logitech Options and Google Updater were causing the Login Items notification popup.
4. After identifying the processes, uninstall the associated apps. Go to the Applications folder in Finder, right-click on the app, and select Move to Bin.
E.g. Logitech Options, Logi Bolt, and Google Chrome in case of the user we are talking about.
Once the concerned apps are uninstalled, you should not see the Login Items Notifications popping up.
3. Update Mac
iF you haven’t updated your Mac then it is possible that Apple might have fixed the issue in the update your Mac is pending to install. So please periodically check for updates and if there are any found, install them immediately.
On macOS 13 or later, go to System Settings > General > Software Update to check the software update.
4. Ignore the message
Since it is a bug and nothing to worry about, you can ignore the popups if you have the potential. However, I know that it is very hard to ignore such messages but it is equally hard to uninstall the apps causing the pop-up to appear. Especially, if the app is your daily driver.
As of writing this guide, there is no official acknowledgment of this issue. Hopefully, Apple will solve this issue as soon. Until then you can try the fixes and workarounds mentioned above.
If you have some questions, suggestions or other ways to fix this issue please share them in the comments below.