Can XAMPP Be Configured To Load At Windows Startup?

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Can XAMPP Be Configured To Load At Windows Startup?

Postby Atomic76 » 23. November 2014 22:56

I didn't see any options to do this within the control panel, but I was wondering if there was any way to make XAMPP load up automatically at Windows Startup in Windows 7 64 bit.

In the control panel, I have a green check mark next to Apache, MySQL, and FileZilla, but the control panel still does not load up automatically when I start Windows.
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Re: Can XAMPP Be Configured To Load At Windows Startup?

Postby JJ_Tagy » 24. November 2014 09:04

The control panel does not need to be running for the modules to load as SERVICEs. If you absolutely want the control panel to run at startup, make a shortcut in the Startup folder.
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Re: Can XAMPP Be Configured To Load At Windows Startup?

Postby Atomic76 » 24. November 2014 15:04

Perfect! I didn't realize those were all running without the control panel active. Thanks for your help!
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