|11 Nov 2013||#1|
RE: How Do I Get Windows Services Window AUTOMATICALLY Run At Startup?
Hello. I have a question to ask you.
I am using Windows 7 x64 Pro and Windows 8.1 x64 Pro. I need to know from you how to get Windows Services (Local) window (services.msc) to open AUTOMATICALLY as one of the first startup items set to visually display on my screen once I get past the login screen when the desktop is loading (...and if possible if you know how to show each of the startup items in this window have their current status in an organized arrangement or grouping. If you do not know or there is no means to additionally achieve what I have written within these parenthesis, that is okay.).
..and also provide the means in order to get the Windows Services (Local) window stopped or ended (reverse or undo) this automatic process as a startup item too.
Please reply with the steps I would need to do in order to accomplish this. I assume CMD “may” be required. If so, please be detailed and specific here too.
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|11 Nov 2013||#2|
if you want the services window to appear after starting logon then you can just make a shortcut to services.msc in start menu/all programs/startup folder. also to see your current startup items atm you can open msconfig and under the startup tab it shows you, in windows 8 the taskmanger has a startup tab in it that does this.
Startup Programs - Change
hope this helps
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