Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Windows Run Commands or Shortcuts To Access Windows System Utilities

As you know Windows Run commands help the user to access Applications and other system utilities or system tools directly executed from the RUN dialogue box and no need to search Windows Applications or where to get the system configuration tool. That means if an user wants to access or open Computer Management, using Run command what you have to do is just open the Run dialogue box (Windows Key + R) then type compmgmt.msc then press Enter Key it will open Computer Management Window for you but if you want to access it through the Windows then what you have to is Right click on My Computer or Computer and click on Manage, then it will do the same thing. So if the user know these Windows RUN commands then he/she can access Applications or Utilities very fast. Some important Run commands for windows, type these commands in Run dialog box and press Enter.

Windows run commands - easy to access system utilities/tools and Windows Applications

If we take another example if you want to Open Group Policy, let's use the first option using the RUN COMMAND open Run dialogue box (Windows Key + R) then type gpedit.msc and hit Enter it will open the Local Group Policy Editor for you but if we do not know the command then we have to follow the Second option, such as first go to Control Panel then search for Group Policy  then you will find the search result Edit group policy  under Administrative Tool and it's really takes time. So better if you know the Run commands the shortcut way to open Windows Applications and Windows Tools/Utilities, Let's have a look at the below Run commands which really very useful for Computer User.

Some Important Run Commands For Windows:
Run Commands Results
compmgmt.msc To Open Computer Management
cmd It Will Open Command Prompt
devmgmt.msc To Open Device Manager
diskmgmt.msc It Will Open Disk Management
eventvwr.msc It Will Open Event Viewer
fsmgmt.msc It Will Open Shared Folders
gpedit.msc It Will Open Group Policies
perfmon.msc It Will Open Performance Monitor
secpol.msc It Will Open Local security Policy
services.msc It Will Open Services Monitor
msconfig It Will Open System Configuration Utility
regedit It Will Open Registry Editor
msinfo32 It Will Show System Information
win.ini Windows Loading Information
winver It Will Shows Current Version of Windows
mailto Opens Default Email Client

These are the Commands that's commonly used in Run dialogue box to access Windows system utilities. In this way you can also access or open Windows applications such as to Open Microsoft Word use winword in Run dialogue box and press Enter key.

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