Microsoft Lync 2010: Enable or disable automatically start Lync at Windows startup

We can enable or disable Microsoft Lync 2010 to start at Windows startup. If we enable it, every time when we start Windows, no need to check for whether Microsoft Lync application is running or not.

Below are the steps to enable or disable Lync to start at Windows startup:

Step (1). Open Microsoft Lync 2010 application.

Step (2). Click on Tools menu. It will display a pull-down menu.

Microsoft Lync 2010 - Tools Options menu

Microsoft Lync 2010 – Tools Options menu

Step (3). From pull-down menu, click on Options menu item. Lync will display a “Lync – Options” dialog.

Microsoft Lync 2010 - Options dialog

Microsoft Lync 2010 – Options dialog

Step (4). From “Lync – Options” dialog, select Personal item from left side pane. Lync will display Personal related options in right side pane.

Step (5). Now, select “Automatically start Lync when I log on to Windows” option to enable Lync to start automatically at Windows startup.

If you want to disable Lync to start at Windows startup, un-check the check box “Automatically start Lync when I log on to Windows”.

Step (6). Once you made the changes, click on OK button to apply your changes.

Next time when you restart your system, based on the settings you made, Lync will automatically start at Windows startup. If you enable it, Lync will automatically start; otherwise it will not automatically start at Windows startup.

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