AppPaths is a small Control Panel extension that will allow you to edit various startup settings defined in the MS Windows System Registry. AppPaths includes facilities to modify the startup (Run) settings found in the MS Windows System Registry.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: AppPaths is a small Control Panel extension that will allow you to edit various startup settings defined in the MS Windows System Registry. AppPaths includes facilities to modify the startup (Run) settings found in the MS Windows System Registry as well as AppPaths and Help settings. AppPaths is fully Y2K compliant and will work with MS Windows Millenium Edition and XP as well as Windows 2000 and 9x/NT systems.
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