Open Microsoft To-Do upon Startup

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      I want to open Microsoft To-Do (One of the apps available at the Microsoft store) every time I start up the computer. Actually, opening it every time isn’t the problem. The problem is Microsoft To-Do does not have an EXE file or a shortcut through which I can the application. Any thoughts?

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      You didn’t try searching the internet before posting in a powershell forum? Anyways, this should help.

      
      $AppName="todo" #Place the name of the App in the quotes. For example: ToDo, Camera, etc...
      
      $Path="shell:appsfolder\"+(Get-AppXPackage | where{$_.Name -match "$AppName"} | select -expandproperty packagefamilyname)+"!App"
      
      Start-Process $Path
      
      

      From page 2 – https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-windows_store/starting-windows-10-store-app-from-the-command/836354c5-b5af-4d6c-b414-80e40ed14675?page=2

       

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