Adding Programs into Autostart in Mac OS X
In this tutorial you learn how to add programs into autostart in Mac OS X
Sometimes it is very helpful to add some programs into the autostart in Mac OS X. If you start your computer and the programs you need are already available this is really helpful. Be careful though adding to many programs into autostart in Mac OS X – it can slow down the computer because when it starts it has to open all programs. So really think about which programs you need on a daily base – I for example just added the iCal – this way I can see what I need to do that day.
Here the step by step instruction to add programs into autostart in Mac OS X:
1. Open your Applications Folder
2. Click on System Preferences
3. Click on Accounts
4. Click on the “lock” and enter your password to be allowed to make changes and add the programs into autostart
5. Click on “Login items”
6. Click on the “+” to add programs to your autostart, click on the left on “Applications” and then choose the programs you want to add to the Autostart
As you can see you can easily add programs into autostart in Mac OS X.