When you are fond of opening the same application over and over again whenever you start your device, it makes sense to have this application startup automatically when Windows starts up. Good management of Windows 10 startup programs is important for several reasons. The main reason for adding applications, services, or scripts to the startup folder is obvious: If you use programs or processes that you need or want to run automatically when you log on, you can save a lot of time by adding them to your startup folder. I See this guide on how to “Enable or disable startup programs: How to view or change programs that run on startup”.
The following steps below are how to ensure application launches automatically upon startup by adding the application shortcut to the startup folder.Kindly refer to these similar guides: Enable or disable startup programs: How to view or change programs that run on startup, how to stop Cisco Webex Meetings from starting up automatically on macOS, how to stop Zoom App from launching automatically at startup on Mac, how to enable or disable automatic login on macOS: Fix username greyed out for automatic login, and how to start an application automatically on Mac.
Note: Ensure that the hidden items are displayed or else the ProgramDate folder will not be visible as shown below.
Copy any program shortcut you desire to the path
Or substitute the ProgrameData as %appdata%
An example here is Notepad ++ as shown below, this shortcut should be copied to this path C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp
Next, restart the device. The application should automatically launch in full-screen mode.
Note: This can be achieved by registry settings, group policy, and via scheduled tasks. If you wish to have any of these methods documents, kindly let me know via the comment session.
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