The Run command in Windows 10 is an incredibly useful tool for quickly accessing files, folders, and applications. You can use it to run a program by simply typing its name or even open a specific folder by typing its path. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the different ways to find and use the Run command in Windows 10.
1. Access Run via the Start Menu
The easiest way to find the Run command is through the Start Menu. To do this, follow these steps:
- Click on the Start button (the Windows icon located at the bottom left corner of your screen).
- Scroll down the list of programs and click on the Windows System folder to expand it.
- Click on the Run option.
Now you should see the Run dialog box, where you can type your command and hit Enter to execute it.
2. Use the Win + R Keyboard Shortcut
The fastest way to access the Run command is by using a keyboard shortcut. To open the Run dialog box, simply press the Win + R keys simultaneously.
Once the Run dialog box appears, you can type your command and hit Enter to execute it.
3. Use the Search Box
You can also access the Run command using the search box built into Windows 10. To do this:
- Click on the Search box (located next to the Start button).
- Type “run” (without quotes) and press Enter.
The Run dialog box should now appear, ready for you to type your desired command.
4. Access Run via PowerShell or Command Prompt
If you are working in a Command Prompt or PowerShell window, you can access the Run command by typing the following command:
start "" "shell:AppsFolder\c5e2524a-ea46-4f67-841f-6a9465d9d515_cw5n1h2txyewy!App"
Press Enter, and the Run dialog box will appear.
As you can see, there are several ways to find and use the Run command in Windows 10. By using any of the methods mentioned above, you can quickly access files, folders, and applications without having to navigate through the Windows interface. The Run command is a powerful tool that can save you time and increase your productivity. So, start using it today and give your workflow a boost!