autostart

autostart

(1) To be usable automatically after the power is turned on. See autostart routine.

(2) To run a program when a CD/DVD or USB drive is inserted into the computer. See AutoRun.
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Directed markets its broad portfolio (sold under Viper, Clifford, Python, Autostart, Astrostart and other brands) through national retailers and specialty chains.
It cryptojacks a user's browser and also installs a registry autostart mechanism as well as system infection marker.
The malware will also perform other routines such as installing a registry autostart mechanism as well as system infection marker.
Tenders are invited for Service contract to exchange for a new, low voltage electrical switchgear in the transformer station T-2783 Naval Medicine, replacement with a new switchboard main nn in the building of a clinical exchange generator autostart function on the new University Centre for Maritime and Tropical Medicine in Gdynia.
It can now also has an autostart feature that with a photocell or timer allows the unit to come on automatically without the need to keep manually firing it up.
in Whitinsville, holds an IAS Advanced AutoStart control box that the company produces for irrigation pump houses used by farmers.
platform's VDI capabilities, including a new virtual desktop autostart policy,
standard with autostart and propane engines for delivery late fall.
a significant benefit for our lab has been the AutoStart function, because it automatically runs the daily maintenance and quality control checks.
He clicks his Escalade's autostart and exits to get into his truck.
For example, we've been using their ES52 autostart engine controller, which they build to our specifications.
We have a list of known good software, of course, but outside that, if a program is doing things like hooking Autostart points in the registry, or trying to kill other processes, Essential will query the servers.