Enabling Start Zoom when I start Windows

There is a setting that you can enable, Start Zoom when I start Windows, if you often use the Zoom desktop client. This setting can occur when you go into Windows settings. Zoom Desktop Client will open and display when Windows starts up if this setting is enabled. The desktop client will automatically launch when your computer starts up as part of this method, which makes the startup process more convenient and accessible.

In addition to this, you may also enable the option to launch Zoom Desktop client silently when I start Windows, so that it starts when you start Windows but keeps it minimized in your taskbar as soon as the system starts. This is very useful if you would like to minimize Zoom desktop client to the background while working on other tasks at the same time.

Prerequisites for starting Zoom when Windows starts

  • Desktop client for Zoom for Windows, version 5.0.0 or higher

How to start Zoom when Windows starts

When I start Windows, I would like to enable the Start Zoom feature:

  1. Using the Zoom Desktop Client, sign in to your account.

  2. In the drop-down menu, click the profile picture, then select Settings.

  3. Please click on the General tab.

  4. If you would like to automatically start Zoom when you start Windows, click the Start Zoom checkbox.

  5. (Optional) When you start Windows, make sure that the box that says Silently start Zoom is ticked.


Why does Zoom open when I start my computer?
Whenever a PC is restarted in Windows, Zoom is automatically launched as soon as the PC is restarted, because Zoom is included in the Windows autostart list. There are two different ways in which this could be prevented from happening: Firstly, you would disable Zoom’s Autostart functionality in your operating system. You can disable the start feature in Zoom by going to Zoom -> Settings -> General -> Disable the start feature on the Zoom app from the Zoom menu.
How do I stop Zoom from opening on startup?
The first option you will notice under the “General” tab after entering Zoom’s settings is the option to enable Zoom to automatically start when Windows is started up when you click on the “Always start Zoom” button. During Windows startup, you can choose this option if you wish Zoom to automatically launch when the system is started. Unchecking it will result in the program not starting at the time of booting if it is not checked.
How do I turn off auto Zoom in Windows 10?
In the Start menu, click the search bar and then enter Mouse & Touchpad settings in the search bar. Select the most relevant result on the top of the list of results by pressing the Enter key. At the bottom of the window, you will be able to find an additional mouse option that you can use. Click on the Settings button next to the Device Settings tab in order to bring up the Device Settings tab by clicking on the Settings button. In the left side panel of the panel, you will see that there is an option called Pinch Zoom. Click on that option, and you will see the box Enable Pinch Zoom on the right side panel.
Can you use Zoom on Windows?
Using Zoom video conferencing, you will be able to conduct live chat sessions with the individuals you are meeting virtually without having to worry whether the individuals are interacting with you via video or audio. Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing service that lets you hold a live chat while virtual meetings take place. In addition to being compatible with all major desktop and mobile operating systems, Zoom is an easy-to-use app which is available for desktops, macOS, Android and iOS devices. It is available for Windows, macOS, Android and iOS devices.
How do I Install Zoom on Windows?
Windows | macOS | Linux In your internet browser, enter https://zoom.us/. On the top-right corner of the page you will find a link to RESOURCES from where you can download a copy of the Zoom Client. There are also direct links to the Download Center on the home page that will allow you to access it directly. Under Zoom Client for Meetings, you’ll find a download button that you’ll have to click in order to download the application.

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