The easiest way to run a batch file on a system startup is to place it in the Windows “Startup” folder or drop there a shortcut.
Programs placed in this folder are meant to run automatically whenever the computer boots up.
In this note i will show how to run a batch file on a system startup for the “Current User” and for “All Users”.
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Run Batch File on Startup
Press the ⊞ Win + R keyboard shortcut to launch the “Run” dialog.
To open the “Startup” folder for the “Current User”, type:
To open the “Startup” folder for the “All Users”, type:
Click “OK” and paste your batch file or the shortcut to the
.bat file, that needs to be run on a Windows startup.
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