autoplay lets two chess engines play against each other fully automatically. You can use it to run your own chess engines tournament or stress test your own chess engine. It can also let two engines play remotely against each other. It support chess engines that support the XBoard protocol.
AutoPlay is fullscreen software for your Windows-based AutoPC. It replaces Windows Explorer, and provides touchscreen-friendly, easy-to-read functions. It serves as the launching point for MP3's , videos, games, visualization, etc
n. A feature in Windows 95 that allows it to automatically operate a CD-ROM. When a CD is inserted into a CD-ROM drive, Windows 95 looks for a file called AUTORUN.INF on the CD. If the file is found, Windows 95 will open it and carry out its instructions, which are usually to set up an application from the CD-ROM on the computer's hard disk or to start the application once it has been installed. If an audio CD is inserted into the drive, Windows 95 will automatically launch the CD Player application and play it.
The feature in Windows XP that comes up when a new hard drive is detected. It will ask the user what he/she would like to do with the files on the hard drive. Can be turned off through Administrative Tools.
If you have a list of playitems in your contents panel, Dintwise will play them as a slideshow for you. You can have it do this automatically by pressing the "play" button, or you can step through manually by pressing the "","","" and "" keys. By pressing the "options" button, you can specify the replay speed, the direction and whether or not you want it to continuously loop when in autoplay mode. In the "customise" menu you can also specify whether you want Dintwise always to go to full-screen mode when autoplaying.