20 simple commands Via Run Function

Probably still a lot of Windows users who do not yet know the Run. First start the OS windows 7 Run command does not appear in the Start-up as Windows XP. Well, to bring up the Run command in Windows 7 the following guide:

Right click on start menu properties > cuztomize > > give check on run command continues ok. Now try left click on start test and see if it pops up a command Run. If it is, now is the time to try to use it. Run quick commands or functions hidden within the OS (Operting System) Windows.
There are an awful lot of commands Run within Windows, but here I will just give you the run command I know and is often used:

The Run dialog box used to run or to simply as a way to enable certain feature brief. Lots of commands that you can use and just maybe some of them are still unknown. Here we will feature 20 commands and functions that can be used for everyday computing activities. To access the Run function can quickly by pressing the Windows key and R (Win + R). Here are a few commands that you can try:

1.% programfiles%

This command is useful if you want to go straight to the Program Files folder.

2.% userprofile%

As the number 1, the command directly will be directed to the user profile folders that make it easy to access your documents, photos, music, and video.

3. control

Another way to get into the Control Panel is to type the command.

4. cleanmgr

The easiest way to clean all junk files in your Recycle Bin and files temporari. With it, you will be instantly redirected to open Windows Disk Cleanup Manager.

5. compmgmt.msc

This command will open the Computer Management that usually can be done by doing a right click on My Computer/My Computer and select Manage.

6. firewalls. cpl

To enable or disable Windows firewall function? You can type these commands.

7. fsmgmt. msc

If you want to look at the folder or device that has been able to use the share command. You can also easily set up function for sharing (share) from here.

8. open your browser

Use the following command to open your favorite browser. Type iexplore for users of Internet Explorer, chrome, firefox for Google Chrome if you use Mozilla Firefox, or opera for the users.

9. the msinfo32

The easiest way to see the specifications of the computer through Windows is to type the command. Information displayed includes the complete hardware and software used.

10. netplwiz

This command is useful for computers that have multiple user profiles. Administrators can directly set the configuration for the user account. While users can set up and change their own profile each.

11. the osk

osk is short for On Screen Keyboard which function to activate and use for the purpose of security or anything else.

12. logoff or shutdown

As the name implies, each of these commands are useful for turning off your computer or log off. If you want to cancel the shutdown command done already, can type shutdown – a. of course you have to do it quickly before the shutdown process takes place.

13. utilman

To display the Utility Manager if you want to enable the Magnifier feature or Narrator.

14. wuapp

A useful command to display the Windows Update Manager. You can install, set up, or stop the process of automatic update from here.

15. write or notepad

Want to quickly take down important things before forgotten? If Yes, just use the simple application of a lighter Windows than other office application by typing the command.

16. mstsc

To open remote desktop application and connect it to the client computer.

17. fonts

With it you will be directed to the font folder if you want to add a font which does not yet exist.

18. the regedit

One of the most popular commands if you want to tamper with the Windows registry.

19. in msconfig

This command is useful to enable disable some applications that run at Startup, Services, as well as the Boot.

20. winver

Displays the version of the Windows operating system you are using.

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