Aug 27, 2019 · The Windows AutoRun feature is turned on by default on most Windows versions, allowing programs to run from an external device as soon as it is attached to a computer. Because malware can exploit the AutoRun feature — spreading its unfortunate payload from your external device to your PC — many users choose to disable it.
With the new right click option in Windows 8.1 it is easier to add programs you would like to automatically start up after you log in: 2. For example, I like to have Outlook start. 3. Go to the Start screen: 4. Click on the down arrow to show all your applications: 5.. Right click on the application you would like to have start automatically.
Feb 08, 2013 · This doesn’t happen very frequently, but you should be aware that nothing is wrong with the program. It’s just starting up before its libraries do. I must be honest – this might not happen at all in Windows 8, as I have never experienced such an issue, but the possibility is still there, and you should be aware of what caused it. This utility, which has the most comprehensive knowledge of auto-starting locations of any startup monitor, shows you what programs are configured to run during system bootup or login, and when you start various built-in Windows applications like Internet Explorer, Explorer and media players.
Programs that run automatically every time you start your computer can slow down your boot time—or just be plain annoying. Many of these programs are rarely used and don't even need to be running for your computer to function properly. So, if you want to disable these auto-run programs and increase your computer's startup speed, here are a few ways you can do it in the new Windows 8.
Feb 08, 2018 · Adding Programs to Windows 8 Startup To add a program to the startup, you’d first need to copy it.. basically, just do a Ctrl+C on it. Having done that open the Run box and type in the following Jun 04, 2014 · Windows 8 is really nice to use! I was dazzled by how many new features there are. However, I have noticed that the Startup Folder can't be found. Before, I was able to control which programs are to be automatically started, since programs will automatically start if I put them inside this folder.