Running IE from the command line

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Here’s a simple way you can run Internet Explorer from the command line…

Here’s a simple way you can run Internet Explorer from the command line:

Create a new text file that contains the following line:

@start “” /b “C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe” %*

Rename the file e.bat

Copy this file to your profile folder C:Documents and Settingsyour_account_name

Now you can open a command prompt window and type the following:

e www.mycomputeraid.com

This will start Internet Explorer and open the URL for www.mycomputeraid.com (my own website) or any other URL you specify. ')}

Article written by MyComputerAid.com



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