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    Super Moderator Super Moderator Big Booger's Avatar
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    Recover Your Run Command

    + Right-click the taskbar and choose Properties.
    + Go to the Start menu and click Customize.
    + Go to the Advanced tab and put a check next to Run Command.
    + Click OK a couple times.

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    WIN+R also works

    (Hold down the Windows key and press R)

    It's my personal favourite.

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    Originally posted by SupaStar
    WIN+R also works

    (Hold down the Windows key and press R)

    It's my personal favourite.
    One of mine too.

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    yeah that is a nice keyboard shortcut. I often use windows key and D to minimize all opened windows. ANd of course control+P to print.

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    Originally posted by Big Booger
    yeah that is a nice keyboard shortcut. I often use windows key and D to minimize all opened windows. ANd of course control+P to print.
    Those are great too. My other most commonly used is WIN+L to lock my PC. Keep those prying eyes away

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