Microsoft Windows is the most popular and widely accessed operating system of world gaining its acknowledgement in all parts of the globe. Having features to be single in use and making the person to perform the functions and working easily along with comfortably on it. The features offered to the person accessing the desktop operating system to make the live easy and do the operations efficiently. Windows operating system is developed by Microsoft for providing the public to the best way to do their work and operations to be properly along with efficient.
The operating system offers and has various short commands preinstalled in it to access the application or the system folders present in the system to be used by the person. It is a helpful characteristic ensuring the user to open any system application or folder without typing the exact location of the opening item. Working on all applications as well as on folders making it a multitasking command to be available for the user to gain more control on the system. You can use by following the steps and guide given below in the post making you to have knowledge of using them according to your means and accessing them for running the programs in shorter time limit than the normal procedure takes.
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Creating Run Commands in Windows 7 / 8 /8.1:
We have tried the short run commands for ourselves and have faced a great improvement while using them for accessing along with running several system applications. The process can be done by a simple trick which can be done by seeing the steps given below. Follow these steps and you will able to Create Run Commands in Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 system.
Steps for Creating Run Commands in Windows:
First of all you have to create a shortcut of the application you want to run by the short command on the desktop. Go to desktop and right click on it, then choose the option New>Shortcut from context menu.
The Create Shortcut menu will appear and it will ask you to browse or type the location of the application/folder for which you are willing to create shortcut. On stating the location click on the Next for moving ahead in the process.
After this you have to name the shortcut and giving it a name you have click on Finish to complete the shortcut creating process.
Now you have to cut the formulated shortcut and paste it in the C:\Windows path to making to turn into a run command. Then open run through the Start menu and type the name of the shortcut developed by you to executing it.