You can create your own Run Command In Windows 7. Run command is the feature through which you can access your favorite folder instead of move mouse. by default Windows 7 comes with Inbuilt run command of Application and System folder. Its very useful feature through which can access directly any application or folder. There are some run command like CMD, GPEDIT.MSC , CALC etc. Lets go for Custom Run Command.
Create Your Own Run Command In Windows 7
1. First of all Right Click on Desktop then Click on New and then Click on Shortcut.
2. Now either type Path location of the folder or Click on Browse button then Select location of the Folder for which you have to create Run Command. Now Click on Next.
3. Now type the Name of the Shortcut (Technet2U) of your folder. This name which you given will be the Run Command of your Specific folder. Now Click on Finish.
Create Custom Run Command
4. Now you will see that Folder Shortcut has been created. Now Right-Click on Shortcut (Technet2U) then Click on Cut or Press Ctrl + X Key from Keyboard.
5. Now Press Windows Key + R from Keyboard. Type %windir% on Run Command then Click OK.
6. Now You Will See Windows Folder open. Right-Click on Windows Folder then click Paste Shortcut (Technet2U ) which you have Created and copied.
7. After Successfully done you can Run your own command which you have created just go to Run Command dialog box then Type your Run Command ( Technet2U) and Press Enter.
Now you will see that your Folder has been open successfully for which you have created Run Command.
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