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Shortcuts for Daily Using Operations by using Run Command.

Hai……….

I will give some shortcut operations to perform in daily actions on windows operating system...

Note: Don’t perform any other operations except the my concept.

And  Do it……….

Its so simple and thrilling……

We are using windows then try these shortcuts and save your time by opening  long paths in Windows.
First of all open “Run” dialog box.

By using “ windows ”key + r     or go to start à select  “Run”.

Type as follows:
 
1)      msconfig                                      -->This is useful to open “System Configuration  utility” dialog box.

2)       winver                                          --> shows the version of windows currently installed on the system.

3)      cmd                                              -->opens a command prompt window.

4)      eventvwr.msc                              -->Event Viewer, Displays monitoring and troubleshooting messages from windows and other programs.

5)      inetcpl.cpl                                    -->Internet Explorer Settings.

6)      ipconfig                                        -->Internet Protocol Configuration dialogue box.

7)      appwiz.cpl                                    -->Add or Remove programs and windows components.

8)      regedit                                         -->Make changes to the windows registry.

9)      wscui.cpl                                      -->Configure Automatic Updates, Windows Firewall, and Internet Properties settings.

10   msinfo32                                       -->View advanced information about hardware and software settings.

11   sysdm.cpl                                     -->System Properties, View basic information about your computer’s system settings.

12   rstrui                                            -->Restore computer to a previous state.

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