Windows: Add App to Auto Start
You can have Windows automatically start any application or script when Windows starts.
All you have to do, is to create a file shortcut to the program or script path, and put it in the startup directory:
Following is step by step details.
Find App's File Path
Press the ❖ Window key then type the app name.
Once you found it, right click the app, the select “More”, then select “Open file location”. It'll open the “Start Menu” folder that contains a shortcut of the app. (If there is no menu “Open file location”, it means the app can't run at startup.)
Open the Windows Startup Folder
Press ❖ Window+r to open the run dialog. Type “shell:startup”, then click OK button.
This opens the Startup folder at for example
Copy File Shortcut to Startup Folder
Select the File Shortcut of the app, Ctrl+c to copy, then goto the startup folder, Ctrl+v to paste.