By creating a task to start up in Windows 10 in the task scheduler, you can automatically start it after login. In addition, since it is managed by the scheduler, it is easy to temporarily stop such as enabling / disabling automatic startup. This page introduces how to set automatic startup by creating a startup task.
Please refer to the following page for how to stop the startup that is built into the system.
Automatic start setting in task scheduler
If you create a new task in the task scheduler and set it to start after login, you can start it automatically like startup.
Open Task Scheduler
1. Click “Task Scheduler” in “Windows Administrative Tools” in the Start menu to open the Task Scheduler.
2. Click > in the Task Scheduler menu to expand the tree. Click
> Task Scheduler Library
Windows . Create a startup task at this location.
Create A Startup Task
Here, as an example, the setting to start up “Notepad” is explained. 1. Click “Action” in Task Scheduler, and click “Create Task” in the menu.
2. On the General tab, enter a name for your task. (alphanumeric characters recommended)
3. Click the “Actions” tab and click “New” when the screen appears.
4. When “New Action” appears, click “Browse” to select the app you want to auto-start.
6. Check the app name in the “Programs/scripts” box and click “OK”.
7. Click the Triggers tab and click New when the screen appears.
8. Click the “Start task” box, click ” At logon “, and click “OK” when the display changes.
Selecting a specific user applies only to the user who created the task. Also make sure that Enabled is selected.
This completes setting the application startup by the task scheduler. From the next startup, the application set in the startup task will start automatically.
Open Task Scheduler, go to Windows, and click the name of the task you created.
If the startup task is enabled, “Disable” is displayed in the action box, and clicking it disables automatic startup.
If the startup task is disabled, “Enable” is displayed in the action box, so click it to enable automatic startup.
Windows 10 system standard startup cannot be arbitrarily registered, but there are 3 other automatic start locations, so you can freely register and start up applications.