Heylon September 23, 2009 at 21:19:45 Specs: Windows XP, 2gb ram
I came across Autoexec.bat and I do know how to make and use bat files, I am just woundering if its an important system file in Win_Xp Beacause its a 0byte file that executes on startup and looks usefull. Would I be able to edit it(without damaging anything)?
On Windows XP, autoexec.bat is absolutely worthless. For the CMD (command line prompt) on windows, there are other files names config.nt and autoexec.nt. These files are located in \windows\system32 folder.
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