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Launching a Program at Startup Daily

Are there certain programs you use every day -- Notepad, for example? You can customize Windows 95 to start them automatically. Click the Start button and point to Settings. Click Taskbar, then the Start Menu Programs tab. Click Add, then Browse. Find the program you want, double-click it and click Next. Then double-click the Startup Folder, change the name if you want and click Finish. The program will now launch every time you start your computer, leaving you more time to tend to your coffee and bagel.