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Auto Run a program when Windows-10 starts, how to?


The solution is simple to Auto Run a program when Windows-10 starts, 

this solution is also for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7!

Content:
1.) ... Autostart a Program from Autostart Folder in Windows 10!
2.) ... Auto run Programs via Windows 10 Registry Entry!

See also: create search shortcut on Windows-10 Desktop |&| change the drive letter in Windows 10, DVD and USB drives 

1.) Autostart a Program from Autostart (Startup) Folder in Windows 10!

if you want to autostart a program for currently logged-on user please open the shell:startup 
and if you want to start a program at Windows 10 startup please use (open) the all users startup folder shell:common

In this example auto start the MS-Explorer and Internet-Explorer at Windows 10 Start you can create Shortcuts for Other Programs. (... see Image-1 Arrow 1 to 3)

For Example:
1. Open the location that contains the item you want to create a shortcut to.
2. Right-click the item, and then click Create Shortcut. The new shortcut appears in the same location as the original item.
3. Drag the shortcut into the Windows-10 Startup folder.

Read this: Open the location of an Program in Windows-10 (path, folder)?
 
(Image-1) Autostart programs at Windows-10 start!
Autostart programs at Windows-10 Start!




2.) Auto run Programs via Windows 10 Registry Entry!

Please start the Windows 10 Registry-Editor via Windows+R keyboard shortcut and the command regedit  and browse to autorun entries:  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run 

There is still a second auto run folder
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run 
here the entry  is responsible for all Windows 10 user!

In this example start the MS-Explore at Windows-10 Startup and open the C:\ Volume. (... see Image-2 Arrow 1 to 4)


(Image-2) Autorun a program at Windows-10 stars!
Autorun a program at Windows-10 stars!




FAQ 151: Updated on: September 18th 2016 20:37
FAQ: Windows-10
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148. Set Countdown Timer and Stopwatches in Windows 10, how to?
149. See all computers in your wlan (wi-fi) network on Windows-10, how to?
150. How to change the desktop theme in Windows-10 (download)?
151. Auto Run a program when Windows-10 starts, how to? ***
152. Open the location of an Program in Windows-10 (path, folder)?
153. How To terminate Programs in Windows 10, (Unresponsive, Hanged or Frozen)?
154. How to stop windows 10 tablet PC from going to auto sleep mode?
155. Adjust screen brightness on Window-10 tablet PC via Mobility Center!
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