Trick To Create Custom Run Command in Win7

Trick To Create Custom Run Command in Win7

In this post you can know some commonly used Windows 7 run commands and also how to create our own Run Commands. People usually use run commands to get desired folders/files/applications easily. If you know some of them, then it will be very easy to use computers and finish our jobs quickly.

Here are some of the most used Run Commands that makes your work easy.

Control Panel = control
Backup and Restore = sdclt
Date and Time Properties = timedate.cpl
Devices and Printers = control printers
Devices and Printers Add a Device = DevicePairingWizard
Display = dpiscaling
Screen Resolution = desk.cpl
Folders Options = control folders
Fonts = control fonts
Internet Properties = inetcpl.cpl
Keyboard = control keyboard
Command Prompt = cmd

Notepad = notepad
Microsoft Paint = mspaint.exe
Remote Desktop Connection = mstsc
Sound Recorder = soundrecorder
Wordpad = write
Magnifier = magnify
Narrator = Narrator
On Screen Keyboard = osk
Private Character Editor = eudcedit
Character Map = charmap
Disk Cleanup Utility = cleanmgr
Defragment User Interface = dfrgui
Logs out of Windows = logoff

Now you can get doubt that if you have a installed application and you want it to run with a Run Command. Its possible. All you have to do is follow the simple steps below…

We will take an example in which we would create a run command to launch Google Chrome web browser. When you type in gc in the run command the New Google Chrome window should open.. Follow the below steps for do this.

1. Create a shortcut of “Chrome” on the desktop and rename it as “gc”.
2. Then copy this shortcut into your Windows directory

3. That’s it! Simply run the Run utility and type in gc and hit enter to see the customized run command results.

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