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My goal is: run some native Windows 10 apps at startup time

The way I would do it with an installable app is right click on the app from then start menu, go to containing folder and then make a shortcut to the executable file in shell:startup but there is no such an option to go to containing folder for apps installed from Microsoft store

marked as duplicate by Run5k, Ramhound, Dave M, music2myear, Debra Feb 7 at 5:08

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  • that's right. how do I remove my own question? – dragonmnl Feb 1 at 17:47
  • @dragonmnl - Questions that receive answers, which are upvoted, cannot be deleted. So if you want to delete this question, you start by deleting your answer, then delete your question. – Ramhound Feb 1 at 19:37

While writing the question I realized that in fact there is the folder shell:appsfolder (still from Windows+R) to achieve the same purpose for native/store apps

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