skar

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  1. This is not solved. This should be an option in the settings UI of Resylio Sync, not something that requires a change to global behavior in system settings or a registry hack. If google sync, dropbox, even my shareware audio manager can do it, so should this software. It has nothing to with the windows version: any of them has a way to start an app in the background on startup, i.e. as system tray icon. Whatever default behavior was introduced by a recent windows update, these apps found a way around it. You might tell me it is hard to do with your current codebase, but it is certainly possible and expected from sync apps to start silently, without popping windows on startup.
  2. I use plenty of apps that start in the background, whose windows I can access via the taskbar and they do not add a window to the desktop on startup. Examples: Backup and Sync from Google, Radeon Settings, Wincompose, Discord... They all have windows I can make appear via their taskbar menus, and yet, they do not do so unprompted on each startup. This issue appeared before. Although it was marked solved, after windows updated, the problem reappeared. Old thread: https://forum.resilio.com/topic/43669-solved-sync-window-pops-up-on-startup Sync Version
  3. I use plenty of apps that start in the background, whose windows I can access via the taskbar and they do not add a window to the desktop on startup. Examples: Backup and Sync from Google, Radeon Settings, Wincompose, Discord... They all have windows I can make appear via their taskbar menus, and yet, they do not do so unprompted on each startup.
  4. I have to say that after some time the issue reappeared. I think it might have to do with Windows updating. Couldn't your devs store this preference somewhere more decoupled from windows than the registry?
  5. I have a fresh install of Sync. On startup, Sync main window pops-up. It should stay minimized. Sync version and system OS details attached.