Windows 10 – Add a program to start up
In previous versions of Windows it was always pretty simple to add a program into the start up. You just dragged a shortcut (or the program itself) into the start up folder from the Start button menu and job done.
In Windows 10, it is not quite as simple as that.
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To add an item into the current users startup, press the Windows key & R on your keyboard to bring up the run command, then type the following:
So you should end up with a run box like this:
Then press the Enter key to launch the startup folder. You can then place your shortcut or program into this folder and it will launch at startup.
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