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 Wizardhdwwiz
Adding a new Devicedevicepairingwizard
Advanced User Accountsazman.msc
Advanced User Accountsnetplwiz
Backup and Restoresdclt
Calculatorcalc
Certificatescertmgr.msc
Character Mapcharmap
ClearType Tunercttune
Color Managementcolorcpl
Command Promptcmd
Component Servicescomexp.msc
Component Servicesdcomcnfg
Computer Managementcompmgmt.msc
Computer Managementcompmgmtlauncher
Connect to a Projectordisplayswitch
Control Panelcontrol
Credential Backup and Restore Wizardcredwiz
Data Execution Preventionsystempropertiesdataexecutionprevention
Date and Timetimedate.cpl
Device Managerhdwwiz.cpl
Diagnostics Troubleshooting Wizardmsdt
Digitizer Calibration Tooltabcal
DirectX Diagnostic Tooldxdiag
Disk Cleanupcleanmgr
Disk Defragmenterdfrgui
Disk Managementdiskmgmt.msc
Displaydpiscaling
Display Color Calibrationdccw
DPAPI Key Migration Wizarddpapimig
Driver Verifier Managerverifier
Ease of Access Centerutilman
Event Viewereventvwr.msc
Fax Cover Page Editorfxscover
Game Controllersjoy.cpl
Getting Startedirprops.cpl
IExpress Wizardiexpress
Internet Exploreriexplore
Internet Optionsinetcpl.cpl
Language Pack Installerlpksetup
Local Users and Groupslusrmgr.msc
Magnifiermagnify
Malicious Software Removal Toolmrt
Math Input Panelmip
Microsoft Management Consolemmc
Mousemain.cpl
NAP Client Configurationnapclcfg.msc
Narratornarrator
Network Connectionsncpa.cpl
New Scan Wizardwiaacmgr
Notepadnotepad
ODBC Data Source Administratorodbcad32
On-Screen Keyboardosk
Open Documents Folderdocuments
Open Downloads Folderdownloads
Open Favorites Folderfavorites
Open Pictures Folderpictures
Open Recent Folderrecent
Open Videos foldervideos
Paintmspaint
Pen and Touchtabletpc.cpl
People Near Mecollab.cpl
Performance Monitorperfmon.msc
Performance Optionssystempropertiesperformance
Phone and Modemtelephon.cpl
Phone Dialerdialer
Power Optionspowercfg.cpl
Printer User Interfaceprintui
Private Character Editoreudcedit
Problem Steps Recorderpsr
Programs and Featuresappwiz.cpl
Region and Languageintl.cpl
Registry Editorregedit
Remote Access Phonebookrasphone
Remote Desktop Connectionmstsc
Resource Monitorresmon
SAM Lock Toolsyskey
Screen Resolutiondesk.cpl
Servicesservices.msc
Set Prog. Access and Comp.Defaultscomputerdefaults
Share Creation Wizardshrpubw
Shared Folder Wizardshrpubw
Shared Foldersfsmgmt.msc
Snipping Toolsnippingtool
Soundmmsys.cpl
Sound recordersoundrecorder
SQL Server Client Network Utilitycliconfg
Sticky Notesstikynot
Sync Centermobsync
System Configurationmsconfig
System Configuration Editorsysedit
System Informationmsinfo32
System Propertiessysdm.cpl
System Properties (Advanced Tab)systempropertiesadvanced
System Properties (Hardware Tab)systempropertieshardware
System Properties (Remote Tab)systempropertiesremote
System Properties (System Protection Tab)systempropertiesprotection
System Restorerstrui
Task Managertaskmgr
Task Schedulertaskschd.msc
Taskbar and Start Menucontrol.exe /name Microsoft.TaskbarandStartMenu
Troubleshootingcontrol.exe /name Microsoft.Troubleshooting
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Managementtpm.msc
User Account Control Settingsuseraccountcontrolsettings
User Accountscontrol.exe /name Microsoft.UserAccounts
Utility Managerutilman
Version Reporter Appletwinver
Volume Mixersndvol
Windows Action Centerwscui.cpl
Windows Activation Clientslui
Windows Anytime UpgradeWindowsAnytimeUpgradeui
Windows Anytime Upgrade Resultswindowsanytimeupgraderesults
Windows Disc Image Burning Toolisoburn
Windows DVD Makerdvdmaker
Windows Easy Transfermigwiz
Windows Explorerexplorer
Windows Fax and Scanwfs
Windows Featuresoptionalfeatures
Windows Firewallfirewall.cpl
Windows Journaljournal
Windows Media Playerwmplayer
Windows Memory Diagnostic Schedulermdsched
Windows Mobility Centermblctr
Windows PowerShellpowershell
Windows PowerShell ISEpowershell_ise
Windows Remote Assistancemsra
Windows Repair Discrecdisc
Windows Script Hostwscript
Windows Updatewuapp
Windows Update Standalone Installerwusa
WMI Managementwmimgmt.msc
WordPadwrite
XPS Viewerxpsrchvw

 

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