Is there any way to login first in tweak before it’s loading

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Hello there! I am using a certain tweak. Whenever I enter into the tweak, it is started to load everything and the login screen comes after loading everything. Is there any way to login first before it is loading? 

Do you have any idea how could I do it and it is possible for me to use it with Windows XP?

Would appreciate your reply.
 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #108924

Is there any way to login first in tweak before it’s loading

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Hello Jaelyn,

Whatever tweak it is that you are using I do not think that it is possible for you to log in when it is still loading. You can only log in once it has displayed the log in page and I do not think it can do that when it is still in the process of loading. So you will need to have some patience.

Otherwise, to save you the trouble of having to log into the tweak every now and then, I will advice that you look for the option for remembering the password so that you will log in one time and the other subsequent times you will not need to provide the password to log in.

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Mahesh Babu

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #108926

Is there any way to login first in tweak before it’s loading

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Off course we need to identify first what is the tweak you have run in your computer. If it was just an application, it is running after the log-in. If it is a service the application runs during the initialization of your windows operating system. That was before the log-in prompts. To make this run after the log-in prompt, you may change the association option of the service. If you know the service name for this tweak you may change the options on the services options under your control panel. Set the option how the service starts.

Open the properties of that particular service the on the Log On tab select “This account” then supply the required field so that the service will run only inside the user you log-on. Meaning, the service will run only after the log-on because the service need to check first the user log before running.

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