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Thread: Java Window Service

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    Default Java Window Service

    Hi everybody.
    I want to create a program(winform). when computer start, that program auto start. How can I do that.

    thanks


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    Default Re: Java Window Service

    f you simply want to run your java application in Windows as soon as windows get started you could just create a link in the autostart folder calling javaw the same way you'd normally call java.

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