How to Create Your Own Run Commands on Windows

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Microsoft Windows has been the leading Operating System on Computers, especially because it offers lots of features that provide flexibility for the users of Windows. And one those feature of Windows is the Run Command of Windows, that will let you open and work on your Programs, documents, files without actually opening it in a long process. But do you know that you can create your own Command Run that you can use on your Windows computer?

 

This feature of Windows actually means that you would be able to create your own Command Run for all your different programs, documents and application that you will run on your Windows Computer.

So here we will talk about the topic on how to make your own run command that you can use it on your Windows Computer.

 

Now if you are new to this Run Command thing here is some basic knowledge on what is Run Command & How will you Open Run Command on your Windows and for those who knows about this you can skip to the next paragraph, where I will give you the steps on how to create your Run Command.

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What is Run Command & How to open it!!

Run Command is gradually used to directly open any application, documents or folder on your Computer for the one whose path is known so in simple word it acts as a single-line command line interface.

And to open the Run Command on your Windows computer you will just have to Press Windows Key + R and the Run dialog box will appear.

Now for Example if you want to open your Registry Editor on your Windows Computer you will need to type “regedit” and your Registry Editor of your Windows will be open up so this means you will not need to go on searching into different folders for opening your Registry.

So now that you got some basic idea about Run Command we can start our real topic i.e. How to Create Your Own Run Command on Windows.

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How to Create Your Own Run Command:

Now if you want to learn the steps to create your own Run Command on your Windows Computer then you will have to read this article till the end and I assure you that you will be able to create your own Run Command with ease.

Here I will give you two methods using which you will be able to create your own Run Command on your Windows Computer and you can choose any one of them.

Steps To Make Your Own Run Command in Windows:

  1. Create Run Command Using Shortcut:

To create Run Command using Shortcut you will need to follow the steps below.

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  • First of all select any of the application, documents for which you want to create Run Command but note that the programs Run Command should not be already created and the applications or file that you select should be either in .exe or .ink extension.
  • Now you should go to your Desktop Home screen and Right Click your mouse and then from the menu you will need to click on the New menu and then you will need to select the Shortcut option from the menu.
  • Once you have selected to create the Shortcut a dialog box of Create Shortcut will appear where you will need to type the location of the item {here I am creating a Run Command for my 7Loader}  so I will just type in the Path of the 7loader that is C:\7Loader.exe and I will just click on Next button.
  • Now in the next step you will need to give a name to the Shortcut that you have created and here I have named it as “ota” and after that you will need to click on the Finish button.
  • Now once this step has finished a Shortcut will be created on your Desktop.
  • Now you will just need to Copy that Shortcut and paste it on your Windows Folder located at C:\Windows Path of your Computer.

That’s it, now a Run Command will be created for the Program or Application for which you wanted to create and once it is completed you can check it out if the Run Command is Working for that application and to check it you will have to Press the Windows Key + R and in the Run Dialog box you will need to type the name that you have given to your Run Command and in My Case it is “ota”.

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  1. Create Run Command Using Your Registry Editor:

Now if you are not able to create your own Run Command using the Shortcut method for one reason or another then you can follow this method to create the Run Command.

Well it is little bit difficult then the Shortcut method but you can try this out if the first method is not working.

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  • First of all you will need to open your Registry Editor of your Windows and to do that you will just have to type “regedit” and you will need to hit your Enter Key.
  •  Now once your Registry Editor is opened you will have to Navigate the following path:

“HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths”

  • Now in the left panel of your screen you will have to Right Click on the Path Key and then you will have to click on New>Key and then you will have to name it here I am naming it as “ota”.
  • Now in the right screen panel you will have to double click on the Default string value and in the Box which opens up you will need to type the path off the Program or app for me it is C:\7loader.exe.
  • Now again in the right Screen Panel you will have to right click on the Empty spot and then select New then String Value and name the key as Path and then double click on it and you will have to give it the Value as a Folder Path i.e. the C:\.
  • Now you will have to exist the Registry Editor of your Windows Computer.

And now you can check out if your Run Command is working for that Application or not.

Well that is all you will need to know to create your Own Run Command for your Application and Programs on your Windows Computers.

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I hope you are able to create your Run Command on your Windows Computer if you have any Problems doing it Leave your Opinion and Question below in the Comments Section.

Thank You

Khasrang

 

 

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