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START WITH WINDOWS ...?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

HELP ME!
it is simple script but it should be start with windows

so please make this script "Run at Startup"

Indicator.au3

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

FileCreateShortcut(@ScriptFullPath, @StartupDir &"\Indicator.lnk")

You can also use @StartupCommonDir......but in win7 or win8 @StartupDir is best because no need to run as Administrator......

Edit::

Copy and past this line in your Indicator code.....or put in to any au3 file code that you want run at windows startup {Every time you start your operating system this will automatically run your specific file(here Indicator)}.....
......Tested in win7......
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Or add an entry into the registry, or run it as a service, or any one of a number of other ways. This is not an AutoIt issue you're looking to solve but a Windows issue. Try Googling "run program at startup".


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FileCreateShortcut(@ScriptFullPath, @StartupDir &"\Indicator.lnk")

You can also use @StartupCommonDir......but in win7 or win8 @StartupDir is best because no need to run as Administrator......

Edit::

Copy and past this line in your Indicator code.....or put in to any au3 file code that you want run at windows startup {Every time you start your operating system this will automatically run your specific file(here Indicator)}.....
......Tested in win7......

 

Thanks Alot

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