Run Command Shortcuts

Run Command Shortcuts
Run Command Shortcuts will help us to operate our computer easily. Basically we are operate the computer or Laptop in normal way, for example if we want to remove any application from our computer then we go to start-->control panel-->Programs-->Programs and Features-->Uninstall a Program and then we uninstall it.

But if we use run command shortcuts then we can save time and it is very easy to operate computer.

We can save our time by using these run command shortcuts.
We should feel like easy and interesting while operating our computer by using run command shortcuts.  

 Here we have some of important and interesting run command shortcuts, kindly find the below,

DEVMGMT.MSC               -- To open Device Manager
APPWIZ.CPL                   -- Add or Remove Programs
CONTROL                       -- To Open Control Panel
MSPAINT                        -- To Open Paint
WINWORD                     -- To Open MS Word
EXCEL                             -- To Open MS Excel
STIKYNOT                      -- To Open Sticky Notes
INETCPL.CPL                  -- To Open Internet Settings
NCPA.CPL                       -- To Open Network Connections
FIREWALL.CPL               -- To Open Firewall Settings
LUSRMGR.MSC               -- To Open Local Users and Groups
MSTSC                            -- To Open Remote Desktop Connection
CHROME                         -- To Open Google Chrome
REGEDIT                         -- To Open Registry Editor
MSCONFIG                      -- To Open System Configuration
DXDIAG                           -- To Check DirectX Components and Drivers                                                           Installed On PC
CONTROL KEYBOARD     -- To Open Keyboard Settings
CONTROL MOUSE            -- To Open Mouse Settings
CONTROL UPDATE          -- To  Open Windows Update
DOWNLOADS                  -- To Open Downloads
DOCUMENTS                   -- To Open Documents
PICTURES                       -- To Open Pictures
DESKTOP                        -- To Open Desktop
EVENTVWR.MSC             -- To Open Event Viewer