An efficient and reliable software utility that you can use as an alternative to the standard Windows Run dialog when looking to run a program.

  • Run-Command
  • Version :2.72
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Nenad Hrg

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Run-Command Description

Run-Command is a simple, yet effective utility that provides you with a reliable means of accessing and opening an application or document whose destination path is known.

Being designed as a replacement for the built-in Run function, that all Windows operating systems have, Run-Command features shortcuts to popular utilities such as Control Panel, Task Manager or Regedit.

Because it runs directly and does not require you to perform any installation actions, you can run it immediately, without worrying about affecting the Windows Registry entries.

The application comes with an intuitive and easy-to-use interface that enables you to access all the features it comes with. The interesting part about the program is that it allows you to run all the applications and utilities with administrative rights.

Another feature worth mentioning is the command-line option that enables you to run the utility using all the command-line controls. For users who are most likely to use the ‘cmd.exe’ tool whenever they want to run an application, or browse their folders, Run-Command is worth a try.

However, if you want to access Windows utilities such as Services, you need to add the ‘services.msc’ command. Otherwise, the application is not able to display the proper window.

Other options that make the application quite helpful is that you can set specific apps as favorites. This way, each time you need to access an application you used before, simply navigate to the Favorites menu displayed in the left corner.

Because it stays minimized in the system tray menu, Run-Command does not disturb you from your daily work and provides you with quick access to the most used Windows utilities.

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