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Old 19th September 2021, 17:07   #2
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You can still use the Windows Task Scheduler to create a task that starts Winamp at the time you want (and another task to stop Winamp at the time you want, if needed). As you know, these tasks can be set to recur daily and it's easy to change the startup/shutdown time as needed.

As for controlling what Winamp does when it starts, you can use DrO's "Time Restore & Autoplay" plug-in (https://winampplugins.co.uk/timerestore.html). It provides the functionality other 'AutoPlay' plug-ins have and some things they don't.

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