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Before I show you how to auto-start WampServer, I’ll talk about it a bit.
WampServer is one of the best stacks for web development [STRIKE]in[/STRIKE] on the Windows platform. I prefer it [STRIKE]over[/STRIKE] to XAMPP [STRIKE]xampp[/STRIKE] because of the handy tray menu that let's [STRIKE]me[/STRIKE] the user access any configuration.
You can download WampServer from this website www.abcd.eg.
Recently, I’ve tried installing WampServer on Windows 10, and it [STRIKE]goes[/STRIKE] went well, but there was a little problem.
[STRIKE]When[/STRIKE] I tried to [STRIKE]autostart[/STRIKE] make WampServer [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] load automatically with Windows 10 startup by putting the WampServer shortcut [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] in this path:
However, I found that WampServer [STRIKE]does[/STRIKE] did not auto-start with Windows.
I searched the web for a solution for that problem, and I found the following:
The first solution suggested putting the WampServer shortcut [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] in the above-mentioned path, but as I've already explained, [STRIKE]and as I told you[/STRIKE] that does not work. [STRIKE]auto start wampserver.[/STRIKE]
The second solution suggested enabling the WAMP Apache service and the WAMP mysqld [STRIKE]wampmysqld[/STRIKE] services [STRIKE]from[/STRIKE] in Windows. [STRIKE]services.[/STRIKE]
For that, you need to go to Control Panel, [STRIKE]and[/STRIKE] type "services" [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] in the search box, [STRIKE]text[/STRIKE] and [STRIKE]hit[/STRIKE] click on it as shown below:
You then select [STRIKE]wampapache[/STRIKE] WAMP Apache and set the startup type to automatic and do the same for [STRIKE]wampmysqld[/STRIKE] WAMP mysqld and [STRIKE]hit[/STRIKE] click OK. [STRIKE]Anytime[/STRIKE] When you reboot your machine, you will notice that both [STRIKE]apache[/STRIKE] Apache and MySQL load up. [STRIKE]work.[/STRIKE]
So you might think that now you can auto-start WampServer and everything is good.
Unfortunately, that solution does not show the WampServer tray menu on the bottom.
Most [STRIKE]of the wampserver[/STRIKE] WampServer users use [STRIKE]it[/STRIKE] that tray because of the fast access it provides to everything [STRIKE]from that tray menu, you can access[/STRIKE] including PHPMyAdmin, the www folder, PHP, Mysql and Apache configurations.
So I discovered the solution, and I’d like to share it with you.
The Solution is to disable the UAC on Windows in order to make the program auto-start with Windows.
If you go to Windows Control Panel and select User Account Control Settings and change it to never notify, that won’t work too. [STRIKE]Do not panic I’ve got your back.
The solution is a bit tricky but relatively [STRIKE]super[/STRIKE] easy.
Because what we have done to disable the UAC does not disable it completely, [STRIKE]and[/STRIKE] in order to disable the UAC, you have to disable it from the registry.
Just type regedit in the Windows menu search and go to [STRIKE]that[/STRIKE] this node:
You will find a key named EnableLUA. Set its value to zero, and it will prompt you to restart the system.
You can save the following text as a .reg file and run it as administrator and it will do the same job.
Keep in mind that disabling the UAC (User Access Control) is not a good idea, as you may harm the system, but I suppose that you know what you are doing and that you will be careful.
You can start by taking a look at the links below.Sorry, do you know a useful link for prepositions and capitalization?