How to use Windows Run Commands - A complete list of Run Commands

How to use Windows Run Commands – A complete list of Run Commands

Windows Run Commands are sometimes the fastest way to start a feature or utility in windows. In this article, we will show you how to use Windows Run Commands and bring you a complete list of Run Commands you can use.

How to use Windows Run Commands:

  1. Left click on Start button How to use Windows shortcuts and save your time 1
  2. enter the command you want to start and confirm with EnterHow to use Windows Run Commands

 

 A complete list of Run Commands:

Windows Function

Run Command

Add Hardware Wizard hdwwiz
Adding a new Device devicepairingwizard
Advanced User Accounts azman.msc
Advanced User Accounts netplwiz
Backup and Restore sdclt
Calculator calc
Certificates certmgr.msc
Character Map charmap
ClearType Tuner cttune
Color Management colorcpl
Command Prompt cmd
Component Services comexp.msc
Component Services dcomcnfg
Computer Management compmgmt.msc
Computer Management compmgmtlauncher
Connect to a Projector displayswitch
Control Panel control
Credential Backup and Restore Wizard credwiz
Data Execution Prevention systempropertiesdataexecutionprevention
Date and Time timedate.cpl
Device Manager hdwwiz.cpl
Diagnostics Troubleshooting Wizard msdt
Digitizer Calibration Tool tabcal
DirectX Diagnostic Tool dxdiag
Disk Cleanup cleanmgr
Disk Defragmenter dfrgui
Disk Management diskmgmt.msc
Display dpiscaling
Display Color Calibration dccw
DPAPI Key Migration Wizard dpapimig
Driver Verifier Manager verifier
Ease of Access Center utilman
Event Viewer eventvwr.msc
Fax Cover Page Editor fxscover
Game Controllers joy.cpl
Getting Started irprops.cpl
IExpress Wizard iexpress
Internet Explorer iexplore
Internet Options inetcpl.cpl
Language Pack Installer lpksetup
Local Users and Groups lusrmgr.msc
Magnifier magnify
Malicious Software Removal Tool mrt
Math Input Panel mip
Microsoft Management Console mmc
Mouse main.cpl
NAP Client Configuration napclcfg.msc
Narrator narrator
Network Connections ncpa.cpl
New Scan Wizard wiaacmgr
Notepad notepad
ODBC Data Source Administrator odbcad32
On-Screen Keyboard osk
Open Documents Folder documents
Open Downloads Folder downloads
Open Favorites Folder favorites
Open Pictures Folder pictures
Open Recent Folder recent
Open Videos folder videos
Paint mspaint
Pen and Touch tabletpc.cpl
People Near Me collab.cpl
Performance Monitor perfmon.msc
Performance Options systempropertiesperformance
Phone and Modem telephon.cpl
Phone Dialer dialer
Power Options powercfg.cpl
Printer User Interface printui
Private Character Editor eudcedit
Problem Steps Recorder psr
Programs and Features appwiz.cpl
Region and Language intl.cpl
Registry Editor regedit
Remote Access Phonebook rasphone
Remote Desktop Connection mstsc
Resource Monitor resmon
SAM Lock Tool syskey
Screen Resolution desk.cpl
Services services.msc
Set Prog. Access and Comp.Defaults computerdefaults
Share Creation Wizard shrpubw
Shared Folder Wizard shrpubw
Shared Folders fsmgmt.msc
Snipping Tool snippingtool
Sound mmsys.cpl
Sound recorder soundrecorder
SQL Server Client Network Utility cliconfg
Sticky Notes stikynot
Sync Center mobsync
System Configuration msconfig
System Configuration Editor sysedit
System Information msinfo32
System Properties sysdm.cpl
System Properties (Advanced Tab) systempropertiesadvanced
System Properties (Hardware Tab) systempropertieshardware
System Properties (Remote Tab) systempropertiesremote
System Properties (System Protection Tab) systempropertiesprotection
System Restore rstrui
Task Manager taskmgr
Task Scheduler taskschd.msc
Taskbar and Start Menu control.exe /name Microsoft.TaskbarandStartMenu
Troubleshooting control.exe /name Microsoft.Troubleshooting
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Management tpm.msc
User Account Control Settings useraccountcontrolsettings
User Accounts control.exe /name Microsoft.UserAccounts
Utility Manager utilman
Version Reporter Applet winver
Volume Mixer sndvol
Windows Action Center wscui.cpl
Windows Activation Client slui
Windows Anytime Upgrade WindowsAnytimeUpgradeui
Windows Anytime Upgrade Results windowsanytimeupgraderesults
Windows Disc Image Burning Tool isoburn
Windows DVD Maker dvdmaker
Windows Easy Transfer migwiz
Windows Explorer explorer
Windows Fax and Scan wfs
Windows Features optionalfeatures
Windows Firewall firewall.cpl
Windows Journal journal
Windows Media Player wmplayer
Windows Memory Diagnostic Scheduler mdsched
Windows Mobility Center mblctr
Windows PowerShell powershell
Windows PowerShell ISE powershell_ise
Windows Remote Assistance msra
Windows Repair Disc recdisc
Windows Script Host wscript
Windows Update wuapp
Windows Update Standalone Installer wusa
WMI Management wmimgmt.msc
WordPad write
XPS Viewer xpsrchvw

 

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