17 ways to use one of the most useful Windows utilities.–PC Pitstop.
17 Run Commands You Should Know
By Damien for MakeTechEasier
Windows Run Command is one of the useful and important utilities that can be used to quickly access almost any app or task in your Windows system. In fact, most Windows power users use the Run Command to access the simplest of the apps like Calculator to the advanced apps like Windows Registry Editor or Group Policy Editor. Previously, I’ve shared twenty of the most used Run Commands, and many really liked it and even shared their favorite Run Commands
So, here are yet another seventeen Run Commands that every Windows User should know.
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 for each and every service individually. It’s quite helpful when you want to toggle a service.
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 or through the Internet. This helps you to use the host computer as if your own.
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 including the hardware resources and software environment.
This command opens the Backup and Restore window which allows you to quickly set a backup schedule or restore any of your previous backups.