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How do you add a program to startup in Windows XP?


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2014-04-09 13:25:02
2014-04-09 13:25:02
AnswerTo add program to your Startup folder follow the below instructions:

1. Click Start ->Programs, then right click on Startup folder and choose Open.

2. On the Startup window, go to File menu and choose New ->Shortcut.

3. In the dialog box click the Browse button to specify the Task Manager program

4. After specifying the program path, click next and finish. Then you will see a new shortcut in the Startup folder.

5. At the next time you start your computer the program will run automatically and you will see it in the system tray.


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