doing so will not speed up Startup. it will just add the times already noted by you into one continuous period.
How to add Firefox to Startup;
Find your Firefox icon, and drag it to the Start menu, hold and pause, and when the menu appears, drag it up to All programs, hold and pause, and when the All programs list displays, drag it to the Startup folder, hold, and when the contents of that folder displays, drag it across and release.
Perhaps there are things you can do to improve Startup times? Tell us more about this computer, and what items you already have in that Startup folder, and also in the Startup tab of the System Configuration Editor, (Start > Run, type in msconfig, click OK).
Hi, I want to know if I can somehow make Firefox boot up with my computer. My pathetic computer takes 10 minutes to start up from shutdown and a good amount of time loading up Firefox as well when I double click it right after the desktop becomes available. I usually go and do something else while this happens, but I want to be able to hit the ground (surf the web?) running using Firefox by the time I come back. Thanks!