Those who work at the computer for more than one year, probably know what the automatic launch of programs is, since in most cases, with the correct OS setting, this option for the system is one of the best among themselves. Unfortunately, the developers from Microsoft decided that this option should be abandoned and partially removed.
Years have passed, a new version of the operating system has already been released, but autorun programs in Windows 10 has not been implemented again. As a result, a huge number of PC users have to constantly do something to start with the operating system and start needed to work with software. All would not have something, but with such actions users have problems, because often they install third-party software, where a lot of advertising or viruses. To avoid such problems, we will tell you how you can configure everything in such a way that autoloading programs work with only the "standard" capabilities of the "dozens".
As it seems to us, the easiest and most affordable way to activate autoloading for programs is to create a Shortcut for a specific program and place it in the Startup folder. Of course, someone will think that we have been joking for a while, since the "Autoload" folders he did not have to find in his system... But here, we would like to clarify... This folder, still has a place in the OS, it's just, it does not have its own - a visualized shortcut in the Start menu.
In order to get to the right folder, simply, we perform the following transition: "C: \ Users \ username \ AppData \ Roaming \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Start Menu \ Programs \ Startup". Note that here, where "user_name" is written, you will have to manually write down the name of the "Account" you are using.
Another very simple way to get to the desired folder, using the "Run" window in which, it is necessary to register the command "shell: startup" and after that, click on "Ok". Recall that the "Run" window is invoked with the simultaneous click on "Win + R".
As soon as you enter the folder "Startup", you can immediately move to this folder the shortcut for the program that should be launched automatically. It does not matter if you move the Shortcut from the Start menu or take it from the Desktop, or maybe create it using the PCM and then move it. It is important that the shortcut was in the above folder and then, the next time you start the OS, startup programs in Windows 10 will occur in normal mode.
If you have a need to automatically launch applications that you installed from the Store, then in such a case, you call the "Run" window and register the following command "shell: AppsFolder" and press "OK". You will be taken to the window where there are Labels of programs from the Store. Select the shortcut you need, after which, click on it PCM and create another one, but only on the "Desktop". Next, reopen the "Run" window and register the command "shell: startup", then, in the opened window, move the created shortcut from the "Desktop".
Thus, any user has the ability to configure the startup software, as it is convenient for him. Moreover, the method described above, very simple and move the shortcut to the folder "Startup" will be able to each of you, as well as remove it from this folder if you do not want to autorun a particular software.