Some Useful Run Commands

Some Useful Run Commands

Some Useful Run Commands – If you are a windows user then this post may be very helpful for you. Today we have come with Some Useful Run Commands for you which commands which we are sharing in this article that is very useful and helpful for settings and customization of our PC or laptop. Using 


Some Useful Run Commands

Below we are sharing some useful run commands which will help you to manage your computer, configure your computer and fast use of your computer application. so have a look below for commands. we also mention details right after the command that what use of that particular command.

Some Useful Run Commands List –

  • access.cpl               – Accessibility Controls
  • appwiz.cpl             – Add/Remove Programs
  • cmd                          – to open Command Prompt
  • calc                           – calculator
  • control keyboard- Keyboard Properties
  • compmgmt.msc  – for computer management
  • chkdsk                    – Check Disk Utility
  • cleanmgr               – Disk Cleanup Utility
  • clipbrd                    – Clipboard Viewer
  • devmgmt.msc      – device manager
  • compmgmt.msc  – Computer management
  • devmgmt.msc      – Device manager
  • diskmgmt.msc     – Disk management
  • dfrg.msc                 – Disk defrag
  • eventvwr.msc       – Event viewer
  • fsmgmt.msc          – Shared folders
  • firewall.cpl            – Firewall Control Panel
  • control folders     – Folders Properties
  • control fonts         – Fonts list
  • gpedit.msc             – Group policies
  • hdwwiz.cpl            – Add Hardware Wizard
  • ipconfig /flushdns-IP Configuration (Delete DNS Cache Contents)
  • lusrmgr.msc         – Local users and groups
  • logoff                       – Log Out
  • msaccess                – Access (Microsoft Office)
  • msconfig                 –System configuration utility
  • msinfo32                – System Information
  • perfmon.msc        – Performance monitor
  • prefetch                  –  Temporary files
  • rsop.msc                 – Resultant set of policies
  • regedit                     – registry editor
  • secpol.msc             – Local security settings
  • services.msc          – Various Services
  • sysedit                      – System Edit
  • timedate.cpl           – time date settings
  • win.ini                      – windows loading information (also system.ini)
  • system.ini               – windows loading information
  • write                         – Wordpad
  • winver                      – Shows current version of windows
  • %temp%                   – temporary files


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