Windows 10: Startup programs do not start with windows Solved

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    Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64 Win10Prox64
       06 Oct 2014 #11

    Brink said: View Post
    Did it also resolve this delay in Windows 10 for you as well?
    I got the start up icons shown up almost instantly if that's what you meant then yes.
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
       06 Oct 2014 #12

    Great.
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    Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64 Win10Prox64
       06 Oct 2014 #13

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    Nice catch there, topgun. Weird one though, eh?

    I've not a chance to install yet due to faulty PSU. Awaiting shipment. I see there's quite a few bugs in this thing.

    Questions > I'm assuming if there's no touch monitor detected it loads the Start Menu by default instead of the Start Screen? If not, is there an option upon install?
    Sorry I missed your question Tony. By default, you'll get the start menu. I don't have touch screen so I wouldn't know and I don't see any option upon install but it is easy to switch.
    Right click on taskbar->properties->Start Menu and uncheck the first item.

    I use Start Menu Revivor in Windows 8.1. It has Start Menu like in Windows 10 and IMHO it is better. You can also access the start screen without having to switch.
    Last edited by topgundcp; 06 Oct 2014 at 16:19.
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  4.    07 Oct 2014 #14

    pbcopter said: View Post
    Have you by chance changed from Start Menu to Start Screen after you install those programs?

    I find that many of my startup programs do not start after making that switch. All goes back to normal when I switch back to Start menu.

    I have not tried reinstalling while in Start Screen to see what happens yet.
    It is a bug like topgundcp mentioned. It doesn’t matter whether you change to start screen before or after installing a program. From the moment you have the start screen enabled the startup programs do not start with windows.

    The moment I changed back to start menu, all startup programs started with windows as expected.

    By the way how a bug is being reported to Microsoft?
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  5.    07 Oct 2014 #15

    I used Windows feedback for reporting the bug. Is there any other way?
    Last edited by Entropy; 07 Oct 2014 at 01:45.
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
       07 Oct 2014 #16

    Entropy said: View Post
    I used Windows feedback for reporting the bug. Is there any other way?
    It doesn't appear to be a bug, but by design instead.

    Did you try what I posted below to reduce the delay time?

    Startup Delay Time - Reduce in Windows 8
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  7.    07 Oct 2014 #17

    Brink said: View Post
    It doesn't appear to be a bug, but by design instead.

    Did you try what I posted below to reduce the delay time?

    Startup Delay Time - Reduce in Windows 8
    I don’t think that it is by design… It is not a problem of delaying the start of the windows. It is the fact that none of the startup programs start when windows start.

    For example Skype is always starting with the windows (unless you manually uncheck this option). If you choose the start screen instead of the start menu Skype is not starting with the windows. And none of the programs you see as startup programs in task manager starts with the windows. If you choose start menu and not start screen then all your startup programs start with the windows.

    Why would such a thing be by design?
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
       07 Oct 2014 #18

    It's by design to delay desktop apps from running at startup when you are using the Start screen instead of the Start Menu.

    Did you give it a try to see if it may help?? It's not going to hurt anything to do it since it's only reducing the delay time.
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  9.    07 Oct 2014 #19

    Brink said: View Post
    It's by design to delay desktop apps from running at startup when you are using the Start screen instead of the Start Menu.

    Did you give it a try to see if it may help?? It's not going to hurt anything to do it since it's only reducing the delay time.
    The apps are not startingup with delay when windows start … they do not start at all.

    You mean that if I follow the instructions of the tutorial all the startup appswill start when the start screen will be enabled?

    Have you tried yourself to see that the startup apps do not start at all when you have the start screen enabled instead of the start menu?
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  10. Posts : 20,847
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 16199
       07 Oct 2014 #20

    I don't have the issue, but others reported that what I posted had helped.

    You are not going to know if it may help or not unless you try it though.
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