Microsoft has added a new feature to the latest preview version that alerts the user when a new application is set to run when Windows 10 starts.
In other words, if you install an application that runs when the operating system starts, you will see a notification informing you of what happened. One click on the alert will give you the option to adjust the settings.
“[Application Name] is now set to run when you log in. To change it later, go to Settings, Applications, Startup ", the notification states.
Microsoft developer Jen Gentleman says the feature is still in its infancy and will be further improved in future updates. So at the moment, it has some limitations, such as how it detects which applications are registered to run at startup.
"At the moment, it concerns specific applications that exist in Settings> Applications> Startup applications. "It does not currently cover RunOnce, Service or SchedchedTask," said a Microsoft developer.
"Released in Dev. I hope you like it. By clicking on the alert you will be able to change the settings. "
At the moment, the new feature is only available to Insiders and we do not know when it will be released to everyone.