Where’s the Run Box?

Written by on Wednesday, January 2, 2008 3:51 - 0 Comments
How to quickly run programs in Vista.
Getting used to a new version of Windows can be a headache. In particular, I’m used to starting many programs from the Run box, which in Windows XP is accessed by Start –> Run. So where’s the Run box in Vista?

Well, first off, you can simply type the program you want to run in the Start Search box on the bottom of the Start menu. For example, to run Notepad you could do any of the following:

– Click the Start button and type notepad and press ENTER

– Press CTRL+ESC and type notepad and press ENTER

– Press the WINDOWS key and type notepad and press ENTER

You can also try pressing the Windows key and typing only n and then pressing ENTER, and this should work since Windows guesses that you want to run a common program that begins with N.

Or you can get the old fashioned Run box back by pressing WINDOWS+R

See? Vista’s different but it ain’t so hard after all 😉

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Article written by MyComputerAid.com



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