Configuring the startup programs in Windows 10
- Configuring Windows 10
Windows 10 - autoload programs, the process of setting up a system that does not take away from users a lot of time, but at the same time, saves him a lot of nerves. The essence of setting up this process is to bring the system to full automation, and not execute from time to time, the same type of actions that are aimed at launching the same programs.
Of course, one of you this time will certainly say that: "You can configure the startup programs in Windows 10, without installing additional software is not possible!" But, as our practice of using the new version of the OS shows, everything is possible, all the more so it has the necessary capabilities for this. That's why we decided to reveal this topic as deeply as possible and to share with you very interesting information.
So... The essence of the method described below, boils down to the fact that third-party software, you will not use it at all as not, which means that you will not have to install anything either! It will only be necessary to use those recommendations, which are described in the article below, the action log.
At the initial stage, no matter how, you will get to the final folder, which we need, the main thing is that you get into it.
You can use the combination of keys Win + R and then the "Run" window with a field for entering the command where you write "shell: startup" will open.
You can copy the path: C: \ Users \ your_user_name \ AppData \ Roaming \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Start Menu \ Programs \ Startup ", where you only need to replace your PC account with" your_user_name "and then click on «Enter».
As a result, you must get into the folder called "Startup", but on the condition that everything was done correctly.
Now, you take the "Shortcut" of any program and transfer it to the "Startup" folder. Everything, now it is possible to reboot the system and rejoice that Windows 10 - autoloading programs works without any problems.
P.S. If you can not find the "Shortcut" application that is installed from the Store, then in this case, the combination of keys Win + R is used, but this time, the command "shell: AppsFolder" is used. You will be taken to the window where there will be "Shortcuts" of applications, find the shortcut that you are interested in, create a copy of it and move it to the folder "Startup".
Yes, the above method is not the only way for the user to configure the autoload in the "top ten", but it seems to us that this is one of the most practical options for this.