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Learn 119 Windows 10 Run Command Shortcuts To Become A Pro User

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How cool a friend looks when he sits on PC and starts typing some commands in Run prompt revealing some hidden control panels in your PC which you never knew they were there! Well, you can also be that cool geek by just remembering few of the command shortcuts that I’m going to share below. Even though Microsoft has made it much easier to access different settings and applications in Windows 10 by just typing in the Taskbar search but still typing in then clicking on the search result is just an extra step when you can just type a shortcode in Run tab and press Enter. Also, there are many settings which are not accessible through the Taskbar Search.

Very small user base knows that you can open Wordpad by typing write in Run and you can launch an inbuilt Malicious Software Removal Tool by typing in mrt in Run tab.

To start the fun you just have to press Window+R and type in command shortcuts mentioned below. I have listed all the important run commands for Windows 10 in tabular form below some of them are also useful for other versions of Windows XP, 7, and Windows 8:Run Calculator Windows 10 Command

Learn 119 Windows 10 Run Command Shortcuts To Become A Pro User


Run Command Shortcode

Useful Windows Tools
1. On-screen Keyboardosk
2. Calculatorcalc
3. WordPadwrite
4. Windows Media Playerwmplayer
5. Windows Fax and Scanwfs
6. Snipping Toolssnippingtool
7. Paintmspaint
8. Notepadnotepad
9. Task managertaskmgr
10. Sticky Notesstikynot
11. Math Input Panelmip
12. Command Promptcmd
13. Powershellpowershell
14. Windows Journaljournal
15. Narratornarrator
16. Magnifiermagnify
17. Edgemicrosoft-edge://
18. Internet Exploreriexplore
19. Bluetoothfsquirt
20. Windows Firewallfirewall.cpl
21. Windows Firewall with Advanced Securitywf.msc
22. Windows Explorerexplorer
23. XPS Viewerxpsrchvw
Specific Utilities
1. Create Repair Discrecdisc
2. Backup and Restoresdclt
3. Remote Assistancemsra
4. To Open Recently Viewed filesrecent
5. To Connect to a Projectordisplayswitch
6. To add a New Devicedevicepairingwizard
7. Open Ease of Access centreutilman
8. User Account Control Settingsuseraccountcontrolsettings
9. Windows Task schedulertaskschd.msc
10. System Restorerstrui
11. All System informationmsinfo32
12. Network Connectionsncpa.cpl
13. System Configurationmsconfig
14. Disk Cleanupcleanmgr
15. Disk Defragmenterdfrgui
16. Disk Managementdiskmgmt.msc
17. Malicious Software Removal Toolmrt
18. Problem Steps Recorderpsr
19. Internet Optionsinetcpl.cpl
20. Device Managerdevmgmt.msc
21. Computer Managementcompmgmt.msc
22. Shared Foldersfsmgmt.msc
23. Create a shared folder wizardshrpubw
24. Backup and restore username and passwordscredwiz
25. Region and Languageintl.cpl
26. Registry Editorregedit
27. Local Group Policy Editorgpedit.msc
28. Indexing Optionsrundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL srchadmin.dll
29. Resource Monitorresmon
30. Sound settingsmmsys.cpl
31. Troubleshootingcontrol.exe /name Microsoft.Troubleshooting
32. User Accountscontrol.exe /name Microsoft.UserAccounts
33. Local Users and Groupslusrmgr.msc
34. Advanced User Accountsnetplwiz
35. Time and Datetimedate.cpl
36. Screen Resolution desk.cpl
37. Color Managementcolorcpl
38. Event Viewereventvwr.msc
39. Remote Desktop Connectionmstsc
40. Servicesservices.msc
41. Certificatescertmgr.msc
42. Mouse settingsmain.cpl
43. Know current Windows versionwinver
44. Local Security Policysecpol.msc
45. Directly go to list of installed programsappwiz.cpl
46. Windows Update settingscontrol update
47. Administrative Toolscontrol admintools
48. Scheduled Taskscontrol schedtasks
49. ClearType Tunercttune
Control Panel Run Commands
1. Control Panelcontrol
2. Personalization & Themescontrol desktop
3. Personalization & Colorcontrol color
4. File explorer properties & Folder Optionscontrol folders
5. Keyboard Propertiescontrol keyboard
6. Mouse Propertiescontrol mouse
7. Network Propertiescontrol netconnections
8. Printers Propertiescontrol printers
9. Manage current user Accountcontrol userpasswords
10. Manager all User Accountscontrol userpasswords2
Open Folder Commands
1. Open Documents Folderdocuments
2. Open Videos foldervideos
3. Open Downloads Folderdownloads
4. Open Favorites Folderfavorites
5. Open Recent Folderrecent
6. Open Pictures Folderpictures
System Run commands
1. System Configurationmsconfig
2. System Configuration Editorsysedit
3. System Informationmsinfo32
4. System Propertiessysdm.cpl
5. System Properties (Advanced Tab)systempropertiesadvanced
6. System Properties (Computer Name Tab)systempropertiescomputername
7. System Properties (Hardware Tab)systempropertieshardware
8. System Properties (Remote Tab)systempropertiesremote
9. System Properties (System Protection Tab)systempropertiesprotection
10. System Restorerstrui
All other useful run Command shortcuts
1. Display Color Calibrationdccw
2. Displaydpiscaling
3. Display Switchdisplayswitch
4. Driver Verifier Managerverifier
5. File Signature Verificationsigverif
6. Game Controllersjoy.cpl
7. Getting Startedgettingstarted
8. iSCSI Initiator Configuration Tooliscsicpl
9. Language Pack Installerlpksetup
10. Microsoft Management Consolemmc
11. Microsoft Support Diagnostic Toolmsdt
12. Performance Monitorperfmon.msc
13. Phone and Modemtelephon.cpl
14. Phone Dialerdialer
15. WMI Managementwmimgmt.msc
16. Windows Disc Image Burning Toolisoburn
17. Windows DVD Makerdvdmaker
18. Advanced User Accountsazman.msc
19. Component Servicescomexp.msc
20. Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Managementtpm.msc
21. Font Viewerfontview

Top 10 my personal favorite commands in Infographic form:Learn 119 Windows 10 Run Command Shortcuts To Become A Pro User

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