This article notes how to set Windows 10 to auto-start Chrome for the currently logged in user (or any other application).
- Press the Windows key and R together to open the run dialog.
- In the run dialog window, type "shell:startup" (without the quotes) and press OK.
- A File Explorer window will open up. The path will be "Username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup".
- Copy and paste a shortcut of the program that you want to automatically start when a specific user logs into the workstation into the File Explorer window.
- The next time that you reboot the workstation and log in as the specific user, the program that was just copied into the File Explorer window will automatically be started.