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About a year ago now, I wrote an article on my old site, FixMyXP, called 99 Useful Run Commands. Over the course of the year, this article has brought in an enormous amount of traffic and really put FixMyXP on the map, over 800,000 hits! This article even has been plagerized numerous times (other websites copying and pasting into their websites, and claiming it as their own)...(Continued)

... Because there was so much interest in this topic, I revisited it a few times (raising the total number of Run Commands from 99 to 113). I felt it was time again, to update. I was suprised that I was able to add an addtional 43 more Run Commands, bringing the total to 156! I hope you enjoy! 11/27/05 Added 16 Additional Run Commands Removed 2 Duplicates. Total : 113 Run Commands 3/18/06 Added 2 Additional Run Commands Removed 1 Duplicate. Total : 114 Run Commands 3/27/06 Added 42 Additional Run Commands, Total : 156 Run Commands Do you use the Run feature in Windows XP? For most, this feature remains unused (or rarely used). Why is that? Well, First off nearly all of the Run Commands Correspond to a particular Control Panel Item or a Utility, Tool or Task that can be accessed through Windows. There are, however, tools and utilities that I bet you never knew you had that can be accessed through the Run feature. The main reason most people don't use the Run feature is because they don't know the Commands. So, to solve that problem, I decided to put together the following listing, which lists 99 Run Commands and what they correspond too...

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Run Command access.cpl accwiz hdwwiz.cpl appwiz.cpl control admintools acrobat formdesigner acrodist imageready photoshop wuaucpl.cpl fsquirt

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Calculator Certificate Manager Character Map Check Disk Utility Clipboard Viewer Command Prompt Component Services Computer Management Control Panel Date and Time Properties DDE Shares Device Manager Direct X Control Panel (if installed)* Direct X Troubleshooter Disk Cleanup Utility Disk Defragment Disk Management Disk Partition Manager Display Properties Display Properties Display Properties (w/Appearance Tab Preselected) Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility Driver Verifier Utility Event Viewer Files and Settings Transfer Tool File Signature Verification Tool Findfast Firefox (if installed) Folders Properties Fonts Fonts Folder Free Cell Card Game Game Controllers Group Policy Editor (XP Prof) Hearts Card Game Help and Support HyperTerminal Iexpress Wizard Indexing Service Internet Connection Wizard Internet Explorer Internet Properties Internet Setup Wizard IP Configuration (Display Connection Configuration) IP Configuration (Display DNS Cache Contents) IP Configuration (Delete DNS Cache Contents) IP Configuration (Release All Connections) IP Configuration (Renew All Connections) IP Configuration (Refreshes DHCP & Re-Registers DNS) IP Configuration (Display DHCP Class ID) IP Configuration (Modifies DHCP Class ID) Java Control Panel (if installed) Java Control Panel (if installed)

calc certmgr.msc charmap chkdsk clipbrd cmd dcomcnfg compmgmt.msc control timedate.cpl ddeshare devmgmt.msc directx.cpl dxdiag cleanmgr dfrg.msc diskmgmt.msc diskpart control desktop desk.cpl control color drwtsn32 verifier eventvwr.msc migwiz sigverif findfast.cpl firefox folders control fonts fonts freecell joy.cpl gpedit.msc mshearts helpctr hypertrm iexpress ciadv.msc icwconn1 iexplore inetcpl.cpl inetwiz ipconfig /all ipconfig /displaydns ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /registerdns ipconfig /showclassid ipconfig /setclassid jpicpl32.cpl javaws

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Keyboard Properties Local Security Settings Local Users and Groups Logs You Out Of Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool Microsoft Access (if installed) Microsoft Chat Microsoft Excel (if installed) Microsoft Frontpage (if installed) Microsoft Movie Maker Microsoft Paint Microsoft Powerpoint (if installed) Microsoft Word (if installed) Microsoft Syncronization Tool Minesweeper Game Mouse Properties Mouse Properties Nero (if installed) Netmeeting Network Connections Network Connections Network Setup Wizard Notepad Nview Desktop Manager (if installed) Object Packager ODBC Data Source Administrator On Screen Keyboard Opens AC3 Filter (if installed) Outlook Express Paint Password Properties Performance Monitor Performance Monitor Phone and Modem Options Phone Dialer Pinball Game Power Configuration Printers and Faxes Printers Folder Private Character Editor Quicktime (If Installed) Quicktime Player (if installed) Real Player (if installed) Regional Settings Registry Editor Registry Editor Remote Access Phonebook Remote Desktop Removable Storage Removable Storage Operator Requests Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof) Scanners and Cameras Scheduled Tasks

control keyboard secpol.msc lusrmgr.msc logoff mrt msaccess winchat excel frontpg moviemk mspaint powerpnt winword mobsync winmine control mouse main.cpl nero conf control netconnections ncpa.cpl netsetup.cpl notepad nvtuicpl.cpl packager odbccp32.cpl osk ac3filter.cpl msimn pbrush password.cpl perfmon.msc perfmon telephon.cpl dialer pinball powercfg.cpl control printers printers eudcedit QuickTime.cpl quicktimeplayer realplay intl.cpl regedit regedit32 rasphone mstsc ntmsmgr.msc ntmsoprq.msc rsop.msc sticpl.cpl control schedtasks

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Security Center Services Shared Folders Shuts Down Windows Sounds and Audio Spider Solitare Card Game SQL Client Configuration System Configuration Editor System Configuration Utility System File Checker Utility (Scan Immediately) System File Checker Utility (Scan Once At The Next Boot) System File Checker Utility (Scan On Every Boot)

wscui.cpl services.msc fsmgmt.msc shutdown mmsys.cpl spider cliconfg sysedit msconfig sfc /scannow sfc /scanonce sfc /scanboot

System File Checker Utility (Return Scan Setting To Default) sfc /revert System File Checker Utility (Purge File Cache) System File Checker Utility (Sets Cache Size to size x) System Information System Properties Task Manager TCP Tester Telnet Client Tweak UI (if installed) User Account Management Utility Manager Windows Address Book Windows Address Book Import Utility Windows Backup Utility (if installed) Windows Explorer Windows Firewall Windows Magnifier Windows Management Infrastructure Windows Media Player Windows Messenger Windows Picture Import Wizard (need camera connected) Windows System Security Tool Windows Update Launches Windows Version (to show which version of windows) Windows XP Tour Wizard Wordpad sfc /purgecache sfc /cachesize=x msinfo32 sysdm.cpl taskmgr tcptest telnet tweakui nusrmgr.cpl utilman wab wabmig ntbackup explorer firewall.cpl magnify wmimgmt.msc wmplayer msmsgs wiaacmgr syskey wupdmgr winver tourstart write

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AVOIDZ SAID:
Great articles and very useful resource, thanks

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DESPARATEMANAGEMENTSTUDENTTOLEARNADVANCEDCOMPUTER SAID:
this is probably one of the good things posted in the internet. thank you for being one of the nice people. great post! it would be very helpful to me because i really want to learn about the run command. all i know in the run command is the msconfig and the regedit. vote up
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YOU ROCK, Lowly rated comment [Show] GG SAID:


Thanks for the good commands it's saving my lot of time. thanks a lot.

thanks GG vote up
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MAHESH SAID:
execellent commands

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NUTHEAD SAID:
Fantastic!! thanks very much!

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June 25, 2008 Votes: +3

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JAN... SAID:
Thanks, it is the largiest list, which i found about run command. It's allready in my flags. Thanks vote up
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U doing a create job..brother!, Lowly rated comment [Show] RNIFEXE SAID:


The windows run command is a very useful utility that a lot of people do not appreciate. Sometimes it feels better navigating your computer through keyboard. Makes you like a professional. Thanks for sharing man... vote up
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FANTASTIC YAR I CANT THINK RUN COMAD VERY EASILY FOUND., Lowly rated comment [Show]

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ROB SAID:
Thanks for the post! its a goody the run command will take in switches for a lot of these commands too, like mstsc /v:host(port) /f (fullscreen) etc, also you can call any program from the run dialog so long as the kernel can find it in the &#xpa;th% (type path in dos or add and environment variable). also if you don't want to remember the full name for the program (any) make a shortcut to it somewhere in the &#xpa;th% and rename it to something else vote up
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44.ROBOT SAID:
this list is the s&^t, thank you,not till now have i discovered such a list.

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BUGNAR CIPRIAN SAID:


i find this list very useful. i got a problem though: i need to create a timer to run a program periodically, every 20 minutes, because the setting for the program is to stop after 20 minutes of inactivity and the licences to run it once at a time are not to many... can you help? vote up
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..., Lowly rated comment [Show] AARON SAID:


Thanks for this great list of commands! I use Microsoft Access regularly and I noticed one error... Accessibility Controls | access.cpl Microsoft Access (if installed) | access.cpl

The command access.cpl can only open one program or the other, lol The actual shortcut for Microsoft Access is mscaccess. Just thought I would pass that along. Thanks again!

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THEDON SAID:
you can add some more run commands 1)microsoft office communicator 2005 - communicator 2)Microsoft Remote Assistance - msra vote up
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JIMMYC SAID:
Awesome list. If you are really into typing commands, check out Slickrun. It lets you basically create your own run commands, you can use it to open up websites (even google searches), directories, unc paths, and basically anything on your computer. vote up
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MOHD SAID:

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how to remove run option and return again in the menu

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DAVID SAID:
Thanks for these; they're very useful. Some of the special folder names can be typed in as run commands - you need to enclose the name in quotes if it has two words. The list is a bit arbitrary; for example, "My Documents" and "Local Settings" work, but not "My Computer" or "My Pictures". There are bound to be others. vote up
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BILLY SAID:
Wicked list, there will come in very handy Cheers vote up
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MARIUS SEVEN SAID:


i think you mean msaccess not mscaccess in order to access ms Access.

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AHAMED MYDUL HAQUE CHOWDHURY SAID:


Fantastic! superv!! mind blowing run commands............

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GOODBOY SAID:
Great Work, but you have mistakenly repeated some commands. Hope you will correct them and write many other commands. Keep up the good work. vote up
July 30, 2008 Votes: +2

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ALEX SAN JOSE SAID:


This is a great sites... everything you need about run command is here!..

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thats good , Lowly rated comment [Show] ADMINISTRATOR SAID:


Hi, you're missing - inetmgr (invokes IIS management) - iisreset (stop and start IIS services)

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in your list. Keep it up. vote up


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SKETCH SAID:
Hi all Can someone help me?? My computer starts a lot of programs when i run windows, i know there is a command so i get in a menu where i can turn those programs off. but i don't know this command :s (sorry for my bad english :p) Jim vote up
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HARUN SAID:
thanks

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REVATHI SAID:
Fantastic!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me

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PRAFUL GUPTA SAID:


very good

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NDORO SAID:
Good man. Coming from unix background, this is really something. you are great. I think if you have ideas like these you should write a book. vote up
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SAMEER SAID:
i like these commands these command are very useful for hardware person which doesnt know any thing i like this commands very much if you have any more tips for computer basic then plz send it to my id my id is \n '> sam_neharika@yahoo.co.in vote up
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PVSP SAID:
Wow..mr, you have done a good job..excellent posting

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YUVARAJ SAID:
Fantastic!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me

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LAKKU SAID:
hey thanks for that man! may be u can add some more commands,plz do it.i know a few of them.have a great day vote up
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SURENKUMAR SAID:
I very happy for ur work.Thank u very mach..

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YOGESH MAHALLE SAID:


thax and exlent

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SAMEER SAID:
good work..... keep it up vote up
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SAMEER SAID:
good work

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GRIGORI SAID:
to Sketch type the command in run "msconfig" vote up
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GEE SAID:
Is there a way to create a menu that would have all these options so you could run them without typing at the run command. I have created a few of these to run in bat files, so that could be a starting point??? Thanks for any ideas vote up
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IVAN SAID:

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Ang Galing ah.. subrang makakatulong to sa akin.. NICE!!!

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O08NEO SAID:
Great! I searching for this a whole day and finally Thankyou vote up
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C D V R SAID:
This is a very excellent posting! Keep these comming, not very strong on vista, thank you very much!!! vote up
September 21, 2008 Votes: +0

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SURESH BABU SAID:


Hi Boss ... Execellent commands......... Kekaooooooooooooo Kekaaaaaaaaaaaaa Very very very Nice .. vote up
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DINAKARAN SAID:
This run command is very usefull and excellent time saver.

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FLOYD1 SAID:
&#xTE;MP% - jumps straight to your temp directory. Plus you can set up your own system variables, wrap them in % signs and explore straight there... vote up
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RAMANATHAN SAID:
Thanks a lot... Which iam been searching for a long time.....

Thanks a lot.. GOOD work vote up


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AWER SAID:
Fantastic!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me wow gold

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BEN3242 SAID:
guys i cant find my run i looked everywhere no joke i think its deleted.

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PACHAIYAPPAN SAID:
Extremely Good !!! Not knew that it has huge list before !!! Information is Wealth. Thanks to MyPCHell.com vote up
October 17, 2008 Votes: -3

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MERYL SAID:
PREFETCH is also another RUN command used to delete temp. files. vote up
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ABHAY SAID:
were simply gr8

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XYCOM SAID:
Imagine? , Command Galaxy Shell defined / / great insight!!

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SAKHAWATH HOSSAIN SAID:


its absolutely brilliant.using this i can use PC without mouse

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GSSIERRA SAID:
Hi, How do I look at the programs that are automatically started during my windows start up? using a run command? vote up
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HAROLD SAID:
Someone asked for a shortcut command to access a menu to turn off or on programs that startup or run automatically. Try this one, but make sure you know what you are turning off. This is a powerful run command tool: &#xsy;stemroot%system32services.msc /s vote up
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What's the command to send a msg to the other pc's in the same LAN? Gr8 list.. keep going vote up
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HAROLD SAID:
To access an interactive menu to turn programs off (even those which start automatically) try this powerful shortcut: &#xsy;stemroot%system32services.msc /s vote up
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SIMON SAID:
thanx. thats awesome!

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HAREESH SAID:
very nice commands...................

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HAREESH SAID:
super ..........!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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NASIR HUSAIN SAID:


GREAT!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me

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NASIR HUSAIN SAID:


GREAT!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me

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K DINESHBALA SAID:
very useful commands. thank u very much. vote up
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Does anyone have a command similar to "shutdown" but to RESTART Windows??? Thanks in advance for the help. vote up
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COCOFLIPPER SAID:
This is fantastic, but I didn't find the command I want. Anyone know the run command for My Documents Properties? vote up
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SYAFIQ ADAM SAID:


for Sketch: write 'msconfig' in RUN. Under the tab startup, U unmark all the item. This way, your computer can startup faster. vote up
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ZAHID AFRIDI SAID:


thanks thanks thanks very very thanks

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GOPAL SAID:
very useful run commands

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KWATERY ZAKOPANE SAID:


Thanks for sharing!

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PRABHU VENKATESH SAID:


Great work

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MULLAISELVAN .M SAID:
Good Job!

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SHUVANKAR MAITRA SAID:

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he keeps real intearst in computing.. not like us.... BRAVO

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AUNG SI (MYANMAR) SAID:


This is very good for me. thank you very much.

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SCOTT@GM SAID:
To use the run command to restart - simply use SHUTDOWN with the -r switch (>shutdown -r)

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KERNIX SAID:
The run command for Microsoft Access is 'msaccess', not access.cpl - the later opens the Accessibilties folder. Others I found: 'dreamweaver', 'quarkxpress', and 'ds_dual4' - I'm sure you'll recognize the first two; the last one if for my Minolta 35mm film scanner - as a matter fact, try any major program you have loaded on your system (may have to go into the programs main folder to get the exact name. vote up
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CHANDRA SAID:
Thank you so much dude!! , great work i have been looking for some thing like this from a long time... appreciate the good work again keep going...... vote up
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KURDSTAN_UK SAID:
thx very much

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M. FARAZ SAID:
Amazing list here. I was thinking, how about changing it into an RSS feed! That way, I can always have it on my browser/feed viewer instead of having to bookmark it or saving it. vote up
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SHARIQ SAID:
thank u it gave me very much help vote up
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DARTH VADER, LORD OF THE SITH SAID:

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Impressive, Most Impressive. You have learned much young one. I have a brother on the planet earth who is the day manager of a small supermarket. His name is Chad. vote up
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DAIKIN_PH SAID:
Thanks for posting this...

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ABU BAKAR SIDDIQ SAID:


password.cpl is not working.can u plz help me. how to execute this command.

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DAVE SAID:
Hi just come across this site very use full, just one question, could you make it as a download so I could put it on my flash drive for quick reference. Thanks. vote up
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SYED SAID:
Nice one, thanks. Very helpful for pro guys.

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RAJU SAID:
It is very fentastic commands. Actually I dont know so many commands. Thank you very much

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PRABAKAR.S SAID:
thanks for all

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PDA SAID:
so so nice

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THANUJA PATHIRAJA SAID:


can u add more ..

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ABDUL SAID:
its good but ... users want more...

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PAWAN SAID:
This article is really very helpful. Thanks.By the way what would be the command for recycle bin?

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SIVA SAID:
it is very use full for xp users . and it is very good thing . so thanks

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PARESH THAKE SAID:


I am happy for helf

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MD. RASHEDUL ARIFIN SAID:


Really fantastic

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RAMIN MEHRI SAID:


in the name of GOD very thankyou. goodby. vote up
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NOMI PRINCE SAID:


Hey there dear friend ... You done a great and nice job.. Its very useful topic you choose and very inforomative...! Thanx..! vote up
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DEEMS1 SAID:
Thanks for the commands man! I love throwing run commands to navigate to certain places where i would normally have to go through a lot of steps to get to. Awesome Page! vote up vote down report abuse

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ARCHIE SAID:
hello .... tnx to the information you have given to me....this will be the great help for me to troobleshoot ,repair a pc..... if you want to vote up
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FROG SAID:
Thanks this list is very useful. Now I do not have to remember the path to the sortcuts for all these programs.

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JAYME MANUEL SAID:


thnks a lot!!!! nice commands! now i know what run commands i will use.. thAnks.... vote up
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JASPER SAID:
what a nice site, a very angrily encoder the designer. vote up
June 30, 2009 Votes: -1

very nice site for an small eyes and a far sited person

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RONALDO SINGH SAID:


THIS INFORMATION IS VERY USEFULL THANKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. vote up
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G MEHER SAID:
thank u , give us some more vote up
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SON OF SOIL SAID:


tnaks for ur good and kind act

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DILEEP KUMAR SAID:


GREAT!!!! very nice!!! It helps lot for me

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PRUTHVIRAJ SAID:
Super //////// very very thanks for commands. It helps lot for me

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JOSHUA SAID:
Jeeeeeeeeeeeeeez! MEN U ARE GREAT. May u be blessed for this. AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 vote up
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MAHESH SAID:
Really very use full stuff... keep it up... vote up
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STRANGER SAID:
nice commands

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EDWARD SAID:
It is really kind of you for sharing such knowledge for the Windows Users. We all appreciate what you have done. vote up
September 19, 2009 Votes: -1

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CLAYTON DAWSON SAID:


I have been looking for all of the run commands I could find, then I found this.... it's awesome... Thanks

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FROST-FREE SAID:
Another one for your list: Active Directory Console - dsa.msc It can be used either in Windows Server or Windows Client (if the adminpak.msi is installed) vote up
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TIMSGOLF SAID:
password.cpl isn't working on my XP-Pro SP3 machine. Has the program been renamed, moved, or deleted?

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CYRIL SAID:
It is great to have all the commands at one place which i never knew....HOp you will have lot of other datas which can be shared...>Cheeers Mate.... vote up
October 05, 2009 Votes: +0

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RAJIB SAID:
Recently dell brand laptop computer windows xp /vista setup time password why

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IGI SAID:
thnx so much its really works thnxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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SRIKANTH SAID:
thanx for commands it is wery use full for me and my office i will thanxs to google vote up
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MR.MAURO SAID:
Mu weno!

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BORAT? SAID:
Is Borat commenting on this page? or many borats...

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HAMEED SAID:
its a very good collections of command.thanks

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