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Startup Editor
Author: Decal Submitted: 19th November, 2003 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 187

Edited By SoidSnake on 11/7/2005

Startup Editor 1.0

This allows you to make programs start when windows start.
Some peoples put a shortcut to the Startup Folder.
But this is more hidden and better way.
This put's it to the regristry.
If you put it there, you can enable and disable the startup
without delete and copy it back to the startup folder.
Tho have a system over programs that will be started when windows start, then
goto "Run" in the startmenu and write in "msconfig"
The Select Startup and you can enable and disable your program or other programs.


First write in the name of the application. You don't need to select a program. You can select documents, pictures, videos etc.
Then write in the name of the Program, documents or what ever.
The name doesn't affect anything.

The path must be exactely the right path.
If not the file won't open when windows starts.
You will get an error. It's not dangerous to write down the wrong path. To make it easier you can click on the browse button and select the file.

When you are finished, click on the "Create Startup".

ThanX SoidSnake

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Posted by Kris 19th November, 2003

he said it's not dangerous
Posted by Lew 20th November, 2003

Shut up. Thankyou.
Posted by Lew 20th November, 2003

Woops, bad timing, I was saying Shut up. to Aridanus.
Posted by Reaven Khali 20th November, 2003

I'm not trusting any clicker to mess with MY registry
Posted by Lew 21st November, 2003

God, people are so feckin worried about their registry. Do you know how much junk is put there just by browsing the web? So does it matter that some person is going to change one key somewhere that won't do anything much anyway? Even if it did, ever heard of system restore and safe mode, and seeing as windows fixes its registry automatically, you must be living in't dark ages.
Posted by Danny Boy 21st November, 2003

"You must be living in't dark ages." I hope MMF2 is here soon, I'm one of the "Dual Boot Windows/Linux" And if MMF2 can run in Linux then i will cry of happyness!!!
Posted by Pete Nattress 21st November, 2003

wouldn't cross your fingers on that one.
Posted by Decal 21st November, 2003

Yeah. MMF2 is designed for Linux and other playforms then Windows. :) Good that it's peace now. :)
Posted by Galaxy613 22nd November, 2003

MMF2 for Linux?!?! YEYZ!!
Posted by KanoBlade 22nd November, 2003

Linux sucks.. anyways.. You guys fight too much.. over the stupidest things. (too much elipses..)
Posted by hey hey shoe 30th November, 2003

u wrote enougth so shut up the designer
Posted by 醤油の兵士 1st December, 2003

someone got MMF running in Linux.





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