Whenever you want the Run command, you can just press +R, or type run at the Start screen, or right-click the lower-left corner of the screen and choose Run from the secret Utilities menu. The Run command gets you to a command line, as shown in Figure 6-35.
The fastest way to access the Run command window is to use the keyboard shortcut Windows + R. On top of being very easy to remember, this method is universal for all versions of Windows. Hold down the Windows key and then press R on your keyboard.
Just click the Search or Cortana icon in the Windows 10 taskbar and type “Run.” You’ll see the Run command appear at the top of the list. Once you’ve found the Run command icon via one of the two methods above, right-click on it and select Pin to Start.
To get the Run box, press and hold the Windows Logo key and press R . To add the Run command to the Start menu: Right-click the Start button.
The quickest way to open a Command Prompt window is through the Power User Menu, which you can access by right-clicking the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner of your screen, or with the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + X. It’ll appear in the menu twice: Command Prompt and Command Prompt (Admin).