1-wscui.cpl –Using this simple Run command, you can access the Windows Action Center
2- psr -Problem Steps Recorder (PSR) is a great utility to record and show a certain problem in Windows.
3- main.cpl –Mouse properties are generally buried deep inside the Windows Control Panel, but you can easily access
4- taskmgr -Access the Windows Task Manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting the option “Task Manager.” But another quick way is to type this command in the Run Dialog box.
5-snippingtool-Snipping tool is a very useful tool if you want to take quick snapshots. This lightweight tool
6-desk.cpl- Want to quickly change your screen resolution? Simply enter this command in the Run
7-resmon-Whenever you want to check how your system resources are being utilized, simply use this run command,
8-mmc-Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is an advanced Windows module which is mainly aimed at system administrators and power users as it sports all the tools required for configuring and monitoring a Windows system.
9-control-Every Windows user knows a thing or two about the Windows Control Panel, and using this command, you can quickly access the ControlPanel
10-eventvwr.msc-Windows Event Viewer is where Windows stores all the monitoring and troubleshooting messages.
11-cleanmgr-This command allows you to open the Windows Disk Cleanup utility.
12-compmgmt.msc-The Computer Management app is where you can access almost all the advanced Windows modules like Event Viewer, Shared Folder, System Tools, etc.
13-sdclt- This command opens the Backup and Restore window which allows you to quickly set a backup schedule or restore any of your previous backups.
14-msinfo32-If you want to quickly get your system information, then the “msinfo32″ command is the way to go. At a glance, it will display all the system details
15-mstsc-Entering “mstsc” into the Run dialog box opens the Remote Desktop Connection app which allows you to connect to another Windows computer over the local network
16-services.msc-When you enter “services.msc” and press the Enter button, it will open up the Windows Services app where you can easily start, stop and configure other settings
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