Introduction: How to Set ANYTHING to Start Up When You Log on to Your Computer - Windows XP

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If you can click it to open it, you can make it start up with your computer. You don't need to download anything either.

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Put a shortcut to the file, or the file itself in the "Startup" folder in your Start Menu.

No really, that's it.

Either double click the folder to open it, or drag and drop it in.

Everything in this folder will now start up when you log on. This folder is independent from everyone else's startup folder, which means if you put something in your startup folder, it will not go into other people's (Windows account's) start up folder.

Comments

shoyru_master_11 (author)2010-04-28

does it go into C:\WINDOWS ???

shoyru_master_11 (author)2010-04-28

this would work well with Magical Antivirus 2010

Mr. Halloween (author)2007-11-11

yea thats kool

redzepeda (author)2007-08-06

Hey thanks, it worked perfectly.

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