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    • 1. 啟動, 開始 The engine started up suddenly. 發動機突然發動起來了。
    • 2. 驚起 I started up from my chair when I heard the noise. 當我們聽到聲音的時候, 我從椅子上驚起。

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  1. How to Disable Startup Programs in Windows

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    11/5/2018 · The more software you install on your computer, the longer it may seem to take to start up Windows. Many programs add themselves to the list of programs started when you boot your computer, and that list can get long. Editor’s Note: Obviously ...

    • Lori Kaufman
  2. How to Manage Startup Programs in Windows 10’s Settings App

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    If you want to re-enable the program’s ability to start automatically with Windows, flip the toggle back to the “On” position. Be careful when disabling startup apps , though. If you turn off a startup app, it won’t start up and perform the ...

  3. How to Make a Program Run at Startup on Any Computer

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    • Mac OS X
    • Linux

    On Windows 7 and earlier versions of Windows, the Start menu contained a “Startup” folder to make this easy. On these versions of Windows, you can simply open your Start menu, locate a shortcut to an application you want to start automatically, right-click it, and select Copy. Next, locate the Startup folder under All Apps in the Start menu, right-click it, and select Paste to paste a copy of that shortcut. RELATED: How to Make Your Windows 10 PC Boot Faster This folder is no longer as easily accessible on Windows 8, 8.1, and 10, but it’s still accessible. To access it, press Windows Key + R, type “shell:startup” into the Run dialog, and press Enter. Yes, you’ll need to use the folder — you can’t simply add shortcuts from the Task Manager’s Startup pane. Shortcuts you add to the “shell:startup” folder will only launch when you log in with your user account. If you’d like a shortcut to launch itself whenever any user logs in, type “shell:common startup” into the Run dialog instead. P...

    RELATED: Mac OS X: Change Which Apps Start Automatically at Login On Mac OS X, the same interface that allows you to disable startup programsalso allows you to add your own custom ones. Open the System Preferences window by clicking the Apple menu and selecting System Preferences, click the “Users & Groups” icon, and click “Login Items.” Click the “+” button at the bottom of this list to add applications, or drag-and-drop them into the list of applications. They’ll load automatically when you sign into your computer.

    RELATED: How to Manage Startup Applications in Ubuntu 14.04 Different Linux desktops have different ways of doing this. For example, on Ubuntu’s Unity desktop, open the Dash and type the word “start.” Click the “Startup Applications” shortcut to see a list of startup applications. Click the “Add” button in this list to add your own applications. Type a name and provide the command to launch the application. You can also just use this tool to run a command at login. The GNOME desktop seems to have removed the old gnome-session-properties tool, but this option is still available in GNOME Tweak Tool, which is even installed by default on some Linux distributions. Examine your Linux desktop’s settings windows to find the appropriate tool. You can also manage this from the hidden ~/.config/autostart/ directory, which all desktops should read. The period in front of .config indicates that it’s a hidden directory, while the ~ indicates that it’s in your home directory — so, at /home/userna...

  4. How to Manage Startup Applications in Windows 8 or 10

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    3/7/2017 · Windows has long provided tools for managing startup apps. In Windows Vista and 7, you had to dig into tools like Msconfig—which is powerful if a little clunky to use. Windows 8 and 10 include an interface for managing startup apps in a location ...

    • Walter Glenn
  5. The Pros and Cons of Windows 10’s “Fast Startup” Mode

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    3/7/2017 · First, open up your power options by hitting Windows+X or right-clicking your Start menu and selecting Power Options. In the Power Options window, click “Choose what the power buttons do.” If this is the first time you’ve messed with these ...

    • Walter Glenn
  6. How to Open Windows Store Apps on Startup in Windows 10

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    You’ll have to find the app in the list of all applications on the left side of the Start menu, or in the tiles on the right side of the Start menu. Some Windows users add shortcuts to the Startup folder by right-clicking a Start menu entry and ...

  7. How to Disable the Windows 10 Startup Delay

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    After Windows starts up, it waits about ten seconds before opening your startup programs. This “startup delay” lets your desktop and Windows services finish loading, making everything run a bit smoother. If you have apps you’d rather run ...

    • Brady Gavin
  8. How to Make Your Windows 10 PC Boot Faster

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    28/7/2016 · Some programs are obvious — for example, if you have Dropbox or Google Drive installed, they normally start when your computer starts up so they can sync files. You could disable them, but then they wouldn’t automatically sync files in the ...

  9. How to Stop Spotify’s Automatic Startup on Windows 10

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    Tell Spotify Not to Start Automatically To find this option, open the Spotify app. You can launch it from the Start menu or double-click the green Spotify icon in your notification area (system tray) if it’s already running. At the top-left ...

  10. How to Run a Linux Program at Startup with systemd

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    This tutorial demonstrates how to set up a system service that launches when you start your system. To launch a graphical program when you sign in, use your desktop’s startup manager instead. Running Programs at Startup Sometimes the software ...

    • Dave Mckay
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