Setup AutoPlay on Windows 11

Setup AutoPlay on Windows 11

 Setup AutoPlay on Windows 11

AutoPlay is a feature in Windows 11 that allows users to specify how certain types of media should be handled when they are inserted into a computer. For example, you can set AutoPlay to automatically open a music CD in your media player or to import photos from a digital camera when it is connected to your computer. Here is how you can set up AutoPlay in Windows 11:

Go to the Start menu and click on the "Settings" icon.

In the Settings window, click on the "Devices" option.

In the Devices window, click on the "AutoPlay" option in the left-hand pane.

In the AutoPlay settings, you will see a list of different types of media and devices. For each type of media or device, you can choose an action from the dropdown menu next to it. For example, you can choose to "Open folder to view files" when you insert a USB drive, or you can choose to "Play video files using" a specific media player when you insert a DVD.

Once you have selected the desired actions for each type of media or device, click on the "Save" button to save your changes.

That's it! From now on, when you insert media or devices that are covered by your AutoPlay settings, they will be handled automatically according to the actions you have specified. If you want to change your AutoPlay settings at any time, simply follow these steps again and make the necessary changes.

I hope this information helps! If you have any questions or need further assistance with setting up AutoPlay in Windows 11, you may want to try seeking help online or contacting Microsoft support for further assistance.

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