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BlackPandemic

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Hello Geeks,

Here's my "problem." I like having some programs open on startup or I forget to turn them on myself, which is bad sometimes. Usually, the programs give you an option to have the thing start up when your compy turns on. I can't find this option in this program to save my life. So I was wondering is there a line of code, or something I can do to manually have it startup?

The program is Rainlender (calendar, to-do list, and event tracker) and I want it to open as it shows me what I have to get done, and if I forget to open it, well, the things don't get done.

Thanks!
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The simplest way to do that is to put a short cut in the Start Up folder in the All Programs folder in the Start menu.
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Thanks mate!
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No problem.
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