Most Know Run Commands in Windows 10

The run dialogue box is the quickest way to access a page. Whether it’s settings page, control panels or any other programs in windows.  The quickest way without sifting to control panel or settings page. Here is a list of most known run commands in windows that can help you use windows faster and more efficient.

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7,  Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016.

Use this topic to find the documentation resources and other technical information that you need to learn about the command shell, and to automate command-line tasks by using scripts or scripting tools.

Most Known Run Commands In windows

To use any of these commands open the run dialogue box by press Windows button + R.

 \ Open drive C
.Current home folder
.. Open users folder
cmdCommand  prompt
powershellOpen Powershell
calcOpen calculator
NotepadOpen Notepad
mspaintOpen Paint
Control open control panel page
timedate.cpltime and date
programs-appwiz.cplprograms and features
main.cplmouse settings
winverWindows version
taskmgrtask manager
msinfo32system information
control foldersFile explorer
msconfigSystem Configuration
devmgmt.mscDevice Management
diskmgmt.mscDisk Management
compmgmt.mscComputer management
lusrmgr.mscLocal Users and Groups
eventvwr.mscEvent Viewer
gpedit.mscGroup Policy editor
perfmon.mscPerformance Monitor
secpol.mscLocal Security settings
 shrpubw Create a shared Folder
oskOn-Screen Keyboard
mmsys.cplSounds and Audio
intl.cplRegional settings

The above are the most useful commands that every day we can use them to for quick access. There are hundreds of more commands but the above command, but we don’t use them at all, we don’t need to remember them at all.

Read Also: Complete List of Ms-settings URI Commands

In the list above may be a have missed some of the most useful (favourites ) commands, if I? please command your favourite command.

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1 Comment
  1. George says

    Wasn’t MS Paint removed in Windows 10 FCU? I just opened it by inserting the command. That surprised me.

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