In most cases the programs installed on Microsoft Windows, start using the mouse - double click on the corresponding icon on the desktop or by selecting the link to the application you want in the main menu on the button "Start".However, the operating system, there are other ways to start a program.
Use the standard dialog to run programs.Called it and selecting "Run" in the main menu of the operating system or rollover win and r.The only input dialog box, type the full address of the program to be run.This can be done both manually dialed from the keyboard and via opened by clicking the "Browse" dialog search for a file on your computer.If the program refers to the system or the path to the directory in which it is stored, is registered in the Windows environment variable named Path, specify the full address is not required.In this case do not even need the full name of the executable file - exe extension can be omitted.Click OK to start the program.
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an alternate way to start the desired program.It offers no less than five ways, the simplest of which are - double-click on the icon "My Computer" or rollover win + e.If you know the full address of the executable file, you can not search for it in the computer - type or paste the address into the address bar and press enter.It will execute the program without intermediate operations.If this is not an option, go to the folder where the executable file and double-click the left mouse button.
Open a command-line interface, if you want to run a program with the help of an emulator DOS.This can be done through dialogue startup programs - click shortcut win + r, type cmd and click on OK.At the command prompt, type the full address of the executable file.To simplify this operation, you can copy the file path, for example, in the Explorer address bar and paste the command line.Standard shortcuts do not work in Terminal, so to insert using the appropriate command from the shortcut menu.To start on the program whose path you entered, press enter.
With the command "Run", you can quickly launch programs, open files and folders, as well as the move to the Web sites if the computer is connected to the Internet.
*** Run Run dialog box can be a variety of ways, such as: • Click Start - & gt;Text in the Search programs and files box, type run - & gt;click Run;- In the Open text box, the Run dialog box, type the desired command (or use the Browse button to select the desired program) - & gt;Click OK