Getting the Chrome App Player in Windows Startup folder

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===================================================================================================================================================== How do I get the chrome App Player into the startup folder so it will start the Rise Player automatically?  I am using Windows 7.
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Dick Fotoples

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Posted 3 years ago

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Hi Dick,

You should follow the guide that we have created here. It will both launch Rise Player automatically when Windows starts, and re-open Rise Player should it crash.