Enable/Disable Program Starting Automatically at Login

Posted On 2008-04-18 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Leopard OS X
Tags: Tip Tutorial Mac OS X
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You can make a program automatically open upon login in Mac OS X Leopard.

  1. Open System Preferences.
  2. Open Accounts under the System section.
  3. Click on your username.
  4. Click Login Items.
  5. If you want to disable the program from starting at startup, click on the program in the list and then click the minus (-) button. To enable a program to start at startup, click the plus sign (+) and browse to the application you wish to load.


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