When AutoRun is enabled, a small program called KEYLOAD.EXE is installed into your startup folder. This program runs in the background and detects when the USB drive is plugged into the PC. When the USB drive is mounted, it will automatically execute KeyPass. This is convenient if you run KeyPass on that machine frequently.

When AutoRun is disabled, KeyPass automatically detects whether KEYLOAD.EXE is already installed, terminates the program, then removes it from your startup folder. This is the fastest way to disable AutoRun on a particular machine, with just one click of the button.

Alternatively, you can manually disable AutoRun by following these steps:

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