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    dwigt BT Rep: +1
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    how do you set a program to start automatically during startup? is there like an advanced option in msconfig or a command in cmd?

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    Torrenter
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    Try StartupCPL. It's a pretty good application that does the job nicely.

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    Why not simply make a shortcut to the program and dump it in the startup folder?

  4. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #4
    dwigt BT Rep: +1
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    because i want to be able to not waste 2 minutes waiting for my system to load during startup and trying not to be late for work just so i could click an icon. i'll try Frequel's suggestion.

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    Why not just do what 100% said. That will work. The shortcuts in the "Startup" folder are automatically executed on startup




    That's what it's there for.


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