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Running an application at startup: registry entry vs. startup folder
by destrekor in Programming Languages

I want to run an application at startup. I understand there a few options. I'm most interested in the options below:


The registry approach: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun
Copying a shortcut to the startup folder: C:Users@username@AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup

Is there any difference between the two options?


How to Speed Up the XP Startup and Remove Startup Screens
by tanminivan in Computers
Microsoft Windows XP was released in 2001 as the consumer-oriented upgrade to Windows 2000 and Windows Millennium Edition. As Windows XP gets used and more software gets installed, the computer begins to slow down over time. Many installed programs also install background services, such as updaters, that run constantly and force the computer system to require more memory to operate efficiently. Di

How to Get Rid of the IE7 Startup
by 02ranger in Internet
Users who installed Internet Explorer 7 found that the web browser started with a default startup page. For some installations, removing the startup page was unsuccessful. You can remove the startup page using some registry settings. The Windows registry holds a value that continually sends users to the Internet Explorer 7 startup page. By changing this value, you can stop the startup page and use
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How to Run Startup in XP
by wraith in Computers
Use the Windows XP "Startup" folder to automatically open programs of your choice when you turn on your computer. With the "Startup" folder, you can automatically launch applications, open documents or open websites when XP boots.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Right-click on "Start," and then click "Explore" in the pop-up menu.
Browse to "Documents and Settings," "Administrator" then
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First Startup on a vb app
by Hugo Hernan Buitrago Rios in Programming Languages

I want to make an app which you make a password and username and use it for the app but I only want this screen to open the first time you load the app so after the first load it goes right to the login screen


sorry I am a complete n00b at vb


I am using vb.net


I do not know how do any thing like store info nor am I knowedgable about SQL servers


I

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XP Startup & ISO
by David Colebatch in Computers
Booting from an ISO at XP's startup allows users to access some recovery software or start a new operating system from the disk image. Linux installation is a common reason for the process, as the systems often use an ISO or other image file for distribution. ProcessOn a computer with Windows XP installed, booting from an ISO actually bypasses the Windows operating system entirely, and runs the
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How to Value a Startup
by findcontrol in Business
When an individual starts a new business, the initial value of the enterprise may be the last thing on his mind with all the issues facing a startup. However, if a person wants to attract investors he needs to establish just how much the business is worth. After all, if the owner does not know the value of the startup then investors will most likely not have interest.Difficulty:Moderately Challeng
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Run app on startup
by tobybot in Mobile Programming

I've been looking into how to create a locked down kiosk app for the iPad. The iPad is jailbroken and I've figured out how to disable the home and volume buttons, but can't find anything solid to run an app on startup.


Does anyone know of an app or script that could achieve this?

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Git is slow on startup
by Henschkowski in Programming Languages

I have a small problem with git in my pc, I create a new folder and i start Git Bash, but it takes so long for it load git, as in it will show the command prompt but it need a while for the git line to show up.


Any clue on this?


Thanks

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Programmatically run at startup on Mac OS X?
by igv in Development Tools & Services

How do I programmatically set an application bundle on Mac OS X to run when the user logs in?


Basically, the equivalent of the HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun registry key in Windows.


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