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Adding Script to Autostart

1. Using Startup Folder

Put a shortcut to your script to the

C:\Users\askqa.ru\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

2. Using Task Scheduler

Autostart in Windows 10
Briefly: Computer Management → Task Scheduler → Create Basic Task → Enter Name and Description → Choose Task Trigger → Choose Action → Browse to the script location → Finish
Right Click on START and then choose (Computer Management)
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Task Scheduler → Create Basic Task
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Enter Name and Description and then click Next
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Choose what should trigger the script to start. I have choses Log on
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Choose action. I want script to start so I choose Start a program
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Brows to the script location
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Choose the file
adding script to autostart in Windows 10
Click Next
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Click Finish
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Script should become visible among Active Tasks
adding script to autostart in Windows 10

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