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    Run Any File At Start Up On Windows Operating System

    Here is a simple Tip to Run a specific file at windows Start Up.

    Drag the file or program [exe file] in the start menu and navigate to programs, [All Programs for XP startup menu] and then to startup. then leave the file in the startup list. Thats it done! If you want multiple files to run at start up you can put multiple files as explained above.

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    ThumbsUp Re: Run Any File At Start Up On Windows Operating System

    Refer this thread to make a program to run multiple files: Run Important Files with One Double Click Create a Batch Program and then add the single file that you created to the startup.

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    Re: Run Any File At Start Up On Windows Operating System

    Cool man thanks for this great tip!
    I think this is the greatest possible way to open a program on startup!
    I really wanna thank you for this eyeopening tip!
    I am using XP i wanted to run some programs on startup!

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