Shortcut To Run Command (Run Dialog Box)
If you often use the Run command, use the
Windows logo key + R keyboard shortcut to display the Run box quickly.
When you press the
Windows key + R, the Run dialog box appears at the left bottom corner of the Windows desktop, as shown in the following screenshot.
You can also open the Run dialog box by right-clicking the start button and selecting Run from the utility menu.
In Windows 10, the Start menu shortcut to run command is available under the Windows System sub-menu.
In Windows 11, The Run shortcut appears under the All Apps | Windows Tools.
You can use the Run command to launch programs, folders, documents, Web sites, and more. For example, to open a command prompt, type
cmd and press Enter.
To start an email message, type
mailto: followed by the e-mail address of the recipient.