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Laura Josepha

Do not 'Launch Evernote at Windows login'

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I don't want Evernote to start up automatically when I start up my computer, so I unchecked the option 'Launch Evernote at Windows login' in Evernote - Options - General AND by right clicking Evernote in the system tray - Options - 'Start at Windows Logon'.
Still, when I restart my computer, Evernote starts up automatically.

Can anyone help me?

Windows 10 Education
Evernote version 6.4.2.3788 (303788) Public
Evernote Account: Premium
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1055T Processor 2.80 GHz
Installed RAM: 8,00 GB
System type: 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor

Thank you, Laura

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When you unchecked the option 'Launch Evernote at Windows login' in Evernote - Options - General, did you then do File - Exit? This is sometimes necessary in order to make such changes remain in effect.

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Good, glad the ever-resourceful @gazumped was able to help you. I do think this is something that Evernote itself ought to do, however, when you deselect "Launch Evernote at Windows login" in Options.

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On 12/31/2016 at 8:29 AM, Dave-in-Decatur said:

Good, glad the ever-resourceful @gazumped was able to help you. I do think this is something that Evernote itself ought to do, however, when you deselect "Launch Evernote at Windows login" in Options.

That is what it does. It looks like we may have a bug in synchronizing the settings between the main application and the tray application.

Edit: Looks like the bug is in the main app's options. Bug has been logged.

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On 1/2/2017 at 7:10 PM, dconnet said:

That is what it does. It looks like we may have a bug in synchronizing the settings between the main application and the tray application.

Edit: Looks like the bug is in the main app's options. Bug has been logged.

Good! A nice new year's gift!

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