Create your own RUN command in windows

Sometimes, we want to access some files or folder to quickly due to workload. Here, I will show How you can create your own run command in windows OS.

Actually this feature in windows is great, which is useful to open your application window/folder instantly. So now you can also create your command to open any application by entering the command in RUN By creating

By creating your own RUN command, you will definitely improve the productivity oat the workplace.

Run Command

Step 1: Create a Shortcut

Run Command Shortcut

 

Here you have to create a shortcut of your application.

Right-click on desktop click on new then click on the shortcut
Then you will see one window.
Here you have to paste the full path of your application file (it should be .exe file or .lnk file or maybe other shortcuts). You can also browse that file by the browse button.

Step 2: Choose your application

Windows Shortcut

Here I am creating a shortcut of DOSBox-0.74
You can paste your application path which you want to run using Run command. after selecting the path click on the next button.

Step 3: Set Run command

Windows Shortcut Label

Now This is important to set run command.
Here you have to type the command name which you want to set.
Remember you can open your application using this command in the Run window.
Here I am setting my command name with “DOSBox” So I am able to open it using this command name in the run.
after typing the name of the command, click on the finish.


Step 4: Finishing Step

DOSBox

Finally, you have followed all the steps, you will see one shortcut on the desktop. Cut it and paste it at the following path

C:\Windows


Now open Run (ctrl+R) and type your command name(Here my command name is DOSBox) and hit enter, your application will open. Every time you can do that to open your application.
Thanks for reading

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