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How Do I Run Command Line

The Command Prompt can be pretty helpful. It helps us do a little work quicker than you would use the software tool, and it includes some features that you won’t find anywhere else. Furthermore, the Command Prompt supports a wide variety of creative keypad options that can make this even more potent.

From the Windows+X Power Users Menu, Select Command Prompt.

To activate the Power Users menus, click Windows+X, then select “Command Prompt” or “Command Prompt (Admin).”

From Task Manager, Open a Command Prompt.

Open Task Manager for additional information. Then select “Run New Task” from the “File” menu. To launch a standard Command Prompt, type cmd or cmd.exe and click “OK.” To open Command Prompt as an administrator, tick the “Create an activity using administrative privileges” box.

The Easy Way to Open a Command Prompt in Admin Mode via Task Manager

Start your “File” menu in Task Manager but then hold the CTRL key after clicking “Run New Task” to open a command prompt with full administrative capabilities rapidly. There’s no need to do anything because this will launch Command Prompt using administrative privileges right away.

From the Start Menu, Type Command Prompt.

By selecting Start + typing “cmd” into the search box, you may quickly access the Command Prompt. Alternatively, ask “Launch Command Prompt” to Cortana by clicking/tapping on the microphone’s logo there in the search box.

Right-click the result and select “Run as Administrator” to start Command Prompt with administrator rights. You can also use the arrow keys to highlight the consequence before pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter.

Command Prompt Will Open. Using the Start Menu to Scroll Through

Start by pressing the Enter key. Expand the “Windows System” folder by scrolling down and clicking the plus sign. “Command Prompt” will appear when you click on it. Right-click Command Prompt and select “Run as administrator” to run it with system access.

Using File Explorer, Open Command Prompt.

To get to the C: WindowsSystem32 folder, open File Explorer and go to C: WindowsSystem32. Double-click or right-click the “cmd.exe” File and select “Run as administrator.” You may also make a shortcut to just this File and save it anywhere convenient.

From the Run Box, Select Command Prompt.

To open the “Run” box, use Windows+R. To open a standard Command Prompt, type “cmd” and click “OK.” To enter windows administration Following Command, type “cmd” and press Ctrl+Shift+Enter.

From the File Explorer Address Bar, Open Command Prompt.

To pick the search box in File Explorer, click it (or press Alt+D). To start Microsoft Command Prompt, put “cmd” into the search box and press Enter. The path to the current folder is already configured.

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