Create Run Command With This Easy Steps

This is a guest post by Santhosh from bleedbytes.

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Every time while accessing an application installed on pc mostly windows we use start menu or desktop icons to access them.And another thing called run commands were also used to access predefined or pre-installed system applications. In this article, we are going to provide steps to create custom run command.

If you were interested in watching the video play the following video or else scroll through the next steps.


win+r key combination is used to open run command.

custom run command

step 1: create a shortcut for the application or software you were going to create custom run command. or if you are going to create for existing shortcut jump to step 4. create a shortcut: Rightclick =>New => shortcut.

   run 2

step 2: while creating a shortcut you have to specify the location where the executable file is present.(probably in  “program files” or “program files x86” folder).

   custom run command

step 3: Then specify the name or use the given name.

own run command

note: specified name is the one which is used to access the software simply,user-defined run command. step 4: after creating the shortcut for an application,copy the shortcut to "windows" folder.Which is located in local disk C:/

own run command  

step 5:
While pasting,the system may opt for administrator access click allow to continue.

   own run command
step 6: Now open the Run command and use the specified name to access your application. That's it.

   custom run command

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