Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Autostart Apps in OSX
If you are like and prone to a little laziness fueled efficiency then having Leopard load your key applications is definitely going to be a benefit. Apple OS X has the ability to auto-run any application on start up, this video tutorial will show you just how easy it is to use.
This video is also available on our YouTube Channel.
Click on the on the ? (top right of the desktop). Load the System Preferences.
Now click on the ‘Accounts’ tab. You may need to enter your password to unlock the ability to change these settings. Now lick ‘Login Items’
Adding (or subtracting) applications to this list is really very easy. Click the + button to add an application and yes, you guessed it the – to remove an application from the list.
Note : It is possible to add more than one application to the list by holding down the CMD (?) key while clicking on the name of the applications.
Very easy and very useful especially if you set your computer to auto boot in the morning (see the tutorial on how to do this). It means you mail, latest tweets, and RSS items can all be downloaded and waiting for you each morning.
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