Previously on Windows 7 I have used the Startup folder technique to run scripts periodically.
I spent some serious time head scratching trying to replicate that on Windows 10. Thankfully I have managed to work it out, with the help of some friends.
Open the run dialog (
Windows+R) then type
shell:startup then press
This will open up the startup folder. Once there you can create any shortcut you need.
Happy scripting.By Simon Baynes