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Old 31-12-2011
Join Date: Sep 2011
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Need Program to Start with Windows

We are building a office computer that we only want one application to run on. We'd like it to startup when windows does and when you quite the application windows shutdown.

There needs to be administrator access or something to make changes though if we need to.

help would be appreciated!
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Old 02-01-2012
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Re: Need Program to Start with Windows

As far as I know one can automatically run the program as windows boot on the computer. you can do following steps.
  • You have to click on the Start and go for All Program and right click on Start up folder and after that click on Open.
  • Select the desire item to create the shortcut. You should right click on item and click on Create Shortcut.
  • Now simply move that shortcut to the Startup folder.
  • Once done the above mentioned program will start automatically after booting of Windows.

However I am not aware of any solution to automatic shutdown o windows after closing the application.
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