Add Programs to Startup in Windows 10

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    The first thing we need to do is open "This PC" by double clicking it
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    You have to know that you have to have "Show hidden files and folders" enabled. If you don't know how to do that, you can watch our other tutorial on how to do so.
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    Now we need to simply double-click "Local Disk (C:)"
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    Then, double-click "Users"
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    Then, double-click your user-name folder
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    Then, double-click "AppData"
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    Then, double-click "Roaming"
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    Then, double-click "Microsoft"
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    Then, double-click "Windows"
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    Then, double-click "Start Menu"
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    Then, double-click "Programs"
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    Finally, double-click "Startup"
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    Now, you have to simply paste the shortcut or the ".EXE" file in this folder
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    In this case, the "chrome Shortcut" shortcut is placed in the "Startup" folder. It means that when next time Windows start, it will automatically start the Chrome browser.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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