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Run / Stop of programs simultaneously as starting Hyperspin

 

 

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INFORMATION
Very simple to use , you have two files, one to start your list of programs , the other to close the process with Hyperspin .
Each file will create its configuration file when you first start (or if you delete it) , consider setting the next.

 

For this exemple i put the files in the folder "HSBox"

 

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16080812294421927314417341.png Start-EXE

 

This file will allow you to run your list of programs :

 

Edit the Start- EXE.ini file to setup it (be careful not to put a space or // in front of each line to be executed)

 

For example Xpadder and HyperSearch
My files are installed in the " Utilities" folder, you can configure the file in two ways :

 

either from the base HSBox

Utilities\hypersearch\hypersearch.exeUtilities\Xpadder\xpadder.exe


or the full location

D:\HSBox\Utilities\Utilities\hypersearch\hypersearch.exeD:\HSBox\Utilities\Utilities\Xpadder\xpadder.exe


16080812294421927314417342.png Stop-PROCESS

 

This file will allow you to close the process :

 

Edit the Stop-PROCESS.ini file to configure the (do not put a space or // in front of each line to run), although write the name respecting upper (if any)

 

 

Example for Xpadder and HyperSearch

HyperSearch.exeXpadder.exe


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16080802081821927314417380.pngTRICK

 

If ever program does not start or does not close :

 

Check the configuration of your files : Start-EXE.ini and Stop-PROCESS.ini

 

Click Start-EXE.exe (The tray icon will be visible)

 

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Click Stop-PROCESS.exe (The tray icon disappear)

 

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