Month: February 2015

Placement of PHP Developer in Dynamic Web Site Improvement Entire World by Kirby Garza

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156 Top Commands To Use On Your System

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About a year ago now, I wrote an article on my
old site, FixMyXP, called 99 Useful Run
Commands. Over the course of the year, this
article has brought in an enormous amount of
traffic and really put FixMyXP on the map, over
800,000 hits! This article even has been
plagerized numerous times (other websites
copying and pasting into their websites, and
claiming it as their own)…(Continued)
… Because there was so much interest in this
topic, I revisited it a few times (raising the total
number of Run Commands from 99 to 113). I
felt it was time again, to update. I was suprised
that I was able to add an addtional 43 more
Run Commands, bringing the total to 156! I
hope you enjoy!
11/27/05
Added 16 Additional Run Commands
Removed 2 Duplicates.
Total : 113 Run Commands
3/18/06
Added 2 Additional Run Commands
Removed 1 Duplicate.
Total : 114 Run Commands
3/27/06
Added 42 Additional Run Commands,
Total : 156 Run Commands
Do you use the Run feature in Windows XP? For
most, this feature remains unused (or rarely
used). Why is that? Well, First off nearly all of
the Run Commands Correspond to a particular
Control Panel Item or a Utility, Tool or Task that
can be accessed through Windows. There are,
however, tools and utilities that I bet you never
knew you had that can be accessed through the
Run feature. The main reason most people
don’t use the Run feature is because they don’t
know the Commands. So, to solve that
problem, I decided to put together the following
listing, which lists 99 Run Commands and what
they correspond too…
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