How to Create your own Run Command

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All of us know that windows operating system is the most used operating system in the world. Its not because of its Easy and Simple Graphical user Interface but because of its intense features that it incorporates to make the user day to day life simpler. Today’s trick is also related to that fact only, today we will learn how we can create our own RUN command’s that can directly execute your program and other applications.  It is a simple and easy method of accessing programs quickly. If you happen to want to make a shortcut to an application your own way, guess what, you can make easy 7 steps. Just follow the instructions and you are through…

How to Create your own Run Command
Windows Tips n Tricks
How to Create your own RUN command in Windows?
Stepwise creation of RUN commands:
Step 1: Go to “Start,” “Run,” (told you we use it a lot) and type regedit.
Step 2: Navigate to the following:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionApps Path

Step 3: Create a new folder/key under Apps Path. (Right-Click Apps Path and click “New,” “Key.”)
Step 4: Title the new folder/key the name of the application, e.g. firefox.exe.
Step 5: Right-Click the default string value (the thing automatically created in your new folder) and click Modify.
Step 6: Change the value to the path of the executable you are attempting to run. E.g. C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe.
Step 7: Create a new “String Value” by right-clicking under the default value (the thing we just edited) and select “New,” “String Value.” Name it Path and enter the value as the same path you previously entered.
How to Create your own Run Command
Step 8: Done! Now, all you need to do is go to “Start,” “Run,” and type the name of your command.
That’s all my friends, if you have any queries ask me in form of comments.
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