|13 May 2010||#1|
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Windows 7 "Login Items" equivalent?
In OS X you can set up a list of login items that will be launched when a user logs in. These can be applications, documents, or folders (that will just open a window of the folder view). I am trying to do the same for a folder in Windows 7. I have a folder that I would like to have accessed and opened by the system whenever a user logs in (it can be just for one user, but preferably for all users on the system).
I'd like to have some way of just specifying the path and having the system manage the rest.
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