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Looking for an app that changes the order of start-up applications on windows XP


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Looking for an app that changes the order of start-up applications on windows XP....

i did some digging but didnt turn up and results.. all i can find is a bunch of ways to do it manually.. is there

some kind of software that does this for u? i mean just re-arranging the order of apps ..?

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I do not know other than with an ini or bat file, how else you can prioritize startup programs. Best bet is add them to soemthing like autoexec.bat or create some sort of file with the order you want them started in and place it in your startup folder under the start menu or in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun section for all users or HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun for the current user sign on.

What are you doing that you need a certain program to have started before another one?

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well thanks for the info anyway.. i'l figure it out somehow..

its nothing important..

i have styler,  xpize and launchy  installed.. i want styler to load first and xpize to load second so my fonts and tiled icons stay transparent..finally launchy should load last so it wont look messed up..

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Maybe whip up a little vb app that you can add a timer to it so it waits for each to load and then launch the next one. Could also be done with a bat file, im sure.

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