10/13/2015

Play A Welcome Message at Windows Login – Windows Tips and Tricks

Do you want to do something interesting today? What about your computer greeting you every time you login to Windows? You can easily accomplish this just by writing a small Visual Basic Script in Note pad. To do this, open Note pad, and copy and paste the script from the description below. You can change the words for speak string to whatever you want, and if you want computer to call your name, then just replace the USERNAME with your name. Click File Menu, and then click Save As. From the Save As Type drop down menu, choose All Files, type a name as, Welcome.vbs, to save your file as a Visual Basic Script, and save it to Desktop.

If you are using Windows XP, then copy the newly created file to Documents and Settings, All Users, Start Menu, Programs, Start Up folder, and if you are using Windows 7, 8 or 10, then copy the file to Users, then your user name sub folder, App Data, Roaming, Microsoft, Windows, Start Menu, Programs, Start Up. Do remember, App Data is a hidden folder, so you need to turn on Show Hidden Files from Folder Options. We copied this file to the Start Up folder, so the next time you login into your account, the Visual Basic Script will get automatically executed.

 

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