Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7,
Console applications and batch scripts are daily run in schedule at Windows startup. One of the most essential limitations of this is that each application creates a new console window that flickers on the screen. Hidden Start (also known as Hstart) is a small startup manager that permits console applications to be started without having any windows in the background. Hstart is very effective if you are using console utilities for everyday tasks like performing daily backups, automatic source code compilation and code signing.
It is compatible with latest versions of windows.