run as a service
jonathanhughes last edited by
can f.lux be run as a windows service so it starts automatically prior to login?
the most annoying part of my early morning is having to login to a bright monitor waiting for f.lux to startup after login. this code should be a windows service
TwoCables last edited by
I don't think it can. Would you be open to eliminating the need to log in?
herf last edited by
The windows login screen is a "secure" and separate desktop. So while it is possible to get to it, it's very very hard in the newer OSes.
Another reason to run as a service is for features like the Philips Hue support - when your PC reboots, we don't get relaunched.