|1.||With the new right click option in Windows 8.1 it is easier to add programs you would like to automatically start up after you log in|
|2.||For example, I like to have Outlook start.|
|3.||Go to the Start screen|
|4.||Click on the down arrow to show all your applications|
|5..||Right click on the application you would like to have start automatically. In the following example, I selected Outlook|
|6.||Select Open file location|
|7.||This will bring up the location where the program is started. Again, in this example it is for Outlook|
|8.||Right click and select Copy|
|9.||On your computer, from the same Explorer window, go to:C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
Where USERNAME is replaced by the name of the user that is logging in.
|10.||Then select Paste Shortcut|
|11.||After that, the next time you log on, that program will start automatically.|
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