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10 RUN COMMANDS EVERY WINDOWS USER MUST KNOW.

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10 RUN COMMANDS EVERY WINDOWS USER MUST KNOW.

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If you are a windows user then you must have ever heard about RUN COMMAND. For those who don’t know it is used to directly open an application or document whose path is known. It functions more or less like a single-line command line interface. It is one of the most efficient ways of accessing system programs, folders, and settings. For using this feature we need several commands. There are infinite numbers of run commands but today I will tell you the most commonly used run commands. These commands are used for general purpose only.

List Of Commands-

1. %temp%

This is the fastest way to clear the temporary files from your computer. It can save a lot of space which was being wasted by temporary files.

2. cmd 

This command will open the windows command prompt. Command prompt is very useful for performing many tasks which are not possible using graphical user interface.

3. sysdm.cpl

This command will open system property window. In this window, you can easily change the settings.

4. Powershell

Powershell is very similar the command prompt. Just type this command in the run dialog box, and you will have your PowerShell opened without administrator privileges.

5. perfmon.msc

This command can be used to view system performance.

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6. MSConfig

This command is used to open Windows System Configuration where we can edit different things like the boot options, startup settings, other services, etc.

7. regedit

Regedit run command is used to open the Windows Registry. It is a hierarchical database that hosts all the configurations and settings of Windows operating system.

8. \ (Backslash)

This is one of the lesser known Run commands. Just enter the backslash into the run dialog box and it will open up the C drive.

9. . (Dot)

This is yet another lesser known Run command. When executed, it opens the current user’s home folder which hosts all the other local folders like the Downloads, Documents, Desktop, Pictures, etc.

10. .. (Double Dots)

When you execute these two dots in the Run dialog box, it will open up the Users folder which is located directly on the C drive.

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