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Set up startup applications on Windows 10
To set the application to start with the system on Windows 10, do the following:
Step 1: Create a desktop shortcut
The first thing you'll need to do is create an off-screen shortcut for the application or program you want to start with the system. You can do this by going to the Start Menu and dragging the application off the screen or navigating to the folder in File Explorer, right-clicking the application and selecting Send to> Desktop (create shortcut). mapquest directions
Step 2: Open the Run utility
Press Windows + R to open the Run utility, then type shell: startup and press Enter. The Startup folder in File Explorer will appear.
Open the Run utility
Step 3: Copy the shortcut keys
You can drag or copy-paste the shortcuts you just created into the Startup folder. Now when you start your computer, any applications you have added to the Startup folder will start with the system.
If you want to see a particular website first when the computer boots up, you can make that website the home page and add your browser to the startup folder. If you change programs that start with Windows, you can delete the program from the Startup folder or go to Task Manager and remove the program from the startup list.