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how do I make Firefox start up when I start my computer?

Kuphostiwe

Is there a way to have FF start automatically when I start my pc?

ty, magvan

Is there a way to have FF start automatically when I start my pc? ty, magvan

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Wesley Branton
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641 izisombululo 5230 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

You can add it to the Windows scheduled tasks or download a Firefox preloading software.


WARNING: Always use caution when downloading content from the internet. I will take no responsibility for any damage caused by a download. Download at your own risk!

You can add it to the Windows scheduled tasks or download a Firefox preloading software. -------------------------- <b>WARNING: </b>Always use caution when downloading content from the internet. I will take no responsibility for any damage caused by a download. <b><u>Download at your own risk!</u></b>

Umnikazi wombuzo

thanks, while you have been somewhat helpful.. you assume I know were to add Windows scheduled tasks. Which I do not. :/

thanks, while you have been somewhat helpful.. you assume I know were to add Windows scheduled tasks. Which I do not. :/
Wesley Branton
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641 izisombululo 5230 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

View a Windows article.

Task Scheduler (Windows)

View a Windows article. [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa383614%28v=vs.85%29.aspx Task Scheduler (Windows)]

Umnikazi wombuzo

thanks :) One last question though.. were do I find this task scheduler? (and yes, I did look around but can not find it; even did a search in programs and features). thanks so much :)

thanks :) One last question though.. were do I find this task scheduler? (and yes, I did look around but can not find it; even did a search in programs and features). thanks so much :)
Wesley Branton
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641 izisombululo 5230 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

I am not familiar with Windows 8.
Does it have a Control Panel? On earlier versions of the Windows operating system, the scheduled tasks are found from there.

I'll do some more searching to see what I can come up with.

I am not familiar with Windows 8.<br> Does it have a Control Panel? On earlier versions of the Windows operating system, the scheduled tasks are found from there. I'll do some more searching to see what I can come up with.
Wesley Branton
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641 izisombululo 5230 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Here is a site that explains what you need to know. It has the step-by-step process.
I hope that this will help you.

[http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/6cde20/create-schedule-task-in-windows-8/ Here] is a site that explains what you need to know. It has the step-by-step process.<br> I hope that this will help you.
jscher2000
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8789 izisombululo 71879 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Does Windows 8.1 still support the Startup folder method of launching apps? On Windows 7, you could launch a program at startup by copying or dragging a shortcut to this folder:

%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

However, since Firefox would run best after your network connection is established, I'm not sure this will be more efficient than starting it manually.

Does Windows 8.1 still support the Startup folder method of launching apps? On Windows 7, you could launch a program at startup by copying or dragging a shortcut to this folder: %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup However, since Firefox would run best after your network connection is established, I'm not sure this will be more efficient than starting it manually.
Wesley Branton
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641 izisombululo 5230 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Personally, I use a Firefox preloading software that loads the Firefox program in the background without fully launching it. The firefox.exe process will continually run. This boosts the Firefox startup time.


@jscher2000
I am not sure if the startup folder method is still supported.
I was just going to have magvan add the firefox.exe as a scheduled task set to run on the computer's startup.

Personally, I use a Firefox preloading software that loads the Firefox program in the background without fully launching it. The <code>firefox.exe</code> process will continually run. This boosts the Firefox startup time. --------------------- <b>@jscher2000</b><br> I am not sure if the startup folder method is still supported.<br> I was just going to have magvan add the <code>firefox.exe</code> as a scheduled task set to run on the computer's startup.
harrismajeed20 0 izisombululo 1 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

I Think i know how to fix your problem. First at the start menu type run and then type msconfig in the run application. Then a little window shows up. Click the Startup tab in the little window and there you can add some programs that you want to open when your computer starts up!

I Hope this helps

I Think i know how to fix your problem. First at the start menu type run and then type msconfig in the run application. Then a little window shows up. Click the Startup tab in the little window and there you can add some programs that you want to open when your computer starts up! I Hope this helps