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Sunday, November 15, 2009

How to create own Run commands in windows

If you use some programs very frequently. One way to make them start faster is to give them their own Run command


  1. Win+R to open the Run dialog or Start->Run
  2. Enter %windir% in the run dialog box to open the Windows directory
  3. Press Alt+F , then press W, then press S to open the File menu, choose the New menu item, then the Shortcut menu item
  4. Go through the wizard to create a shortcut to the desired program
  5. The name you give the shortcut is what you type in the Run dialog to start the program

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