50 the most relevant Windows commands

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Useful commands for the dialog box “Run” in Windows 7, 8, 10:

cmd — start a command prompt, but without administrator rights, but still;

calc – quick start calculator;

control – opens the control panel window;

msconfig – system configuration window, most often used for cleaning startup;

regedit – running a registry, which corrected most of the errors;

explorer.exe – start the Windows Explorer process. That is, if the screen saver other than You do not see this team will help you to fix it and will return to the screen, task bar, start menu and shortcuts;

gpedit.msc opens the group policy editor. It is also very often used when setting up the system;

mstsc allows you to connect to remote desktop; services.msc will allow you to quickly get the window services management;

appwiz.cpl – opens the uninstall or change programs;

secpol.msc to run the local security policy, which is also sometimes used when configuring the system;

diskmgmt.msc use this command to open the window “disk Management” where you can format, delete, extend, assign a different drive letter for the disk, etc.;

rstrui – starts system restore;

wuapp – Windows run Windows update;

cleanmgr – starts the process of cleaning the system disk;

dxdiag – run program which can be used to obtain detailed information about installed components and drivers DirectX and all the required information about the system; devmgmt.msc – opens device Manager window, I think you already know;

timedate.cpl – date and time;

logoff – logoff in case if it does not work the keyboard shortcut ” Win+L “;

documents – opens the my documents folder;

compmgmt.msc start computer management.

desk.cpl – resolution settings of the screen;

dfrgui – run the standard defragmentation utility disk;

firewall.cpl – Windows firewall settings. This is usually a settings dialog box that would disable it;

iexplore – run a standard Internet Explorer browser. Used to download any other browser.

inetcpl.cpl – opens Internet properties. Another useful screen when setting up the Internet.

mmsys.cpl – sound settings. A very useful command for those who often connect to computer TV via an HDMI cable and constantly have to change the audio default device;

notepad – starts Notepad;

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taskmgr – alternate method of launching the task Manager;

winver – information about the operating system;

read, write, and launch another text editor called Wordpad;

powercfg.cpl – this command opens the power settings where you can disable the sleep mode settings off of the computer and other things associated with your computer;

ncpa.cpl – the launch of the network connections window in which constantly have to go through the control center;

magnify – magnifier. Allows you to magnify a specific area on the monitor screen;

eventvwr.msc – a window for viewing events occurring on the computer. For example, keep the computer turned off because of an error, all reports associated with these events, you can find here;

control admintools: opens the administrative tools;

chkdsk – run utility check disk is also used with the /f /r (chkdsk /f /r);

control the desktop personalization settings, where you can change the background image and sounds on the computer;

control the desktop window the connection and settings of connected devices and printers;

MS paint – start Paint. I am sure that many tried to run application using paint.exe but nothing worked as it should this team mspaint;

Shutdown – normal shutdown;

sysdm.cpl – system properties;

msinfo32 – system information;

usage – removing or adding system language;

taskschd.msc – start task scheduler;

migwiz – run migration utility data Windows;

wmplayer – Windows Media Player launches;

optionalfeatures: opens a window in which you can include or remove certain components of Windows;

osk – causes the on-screen keyboard, but if you can lead this team, then it is not clear what is the meaning of this command;

wiaacmgr EXE – launch the scan wizard; In General, this is the list of commands that are used frequently by different users and system administrators during the setup of Windows operating systems.

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