Create an alias in Windows XP
I want to launch a Program from the start->run dialog box. When I write "DEMO client"(without the quotes) it should launch the Program
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The simplest way of doing this is to add a shortcut to the program in the
Alternatively you can do this through the registry at the key
Firstly a double word name will not work for this trick as it will count the first word as program and second as parameter. You can have "_"(underscore) instead of a space. To do that taking "DEMO_Client"...
Just create a shortcut of that app and name the shortcut "DEMO_Client" and place it in
This is a simple trick.
Use autohotkey, a freeware.
Add this script to the autohotkey.ahk that would be created in your documents automatically:
this will run the program when you type those letters ANYWHERE...
If you insist on running that program from "Run" box directly, add the path to the program to PATH environment variable.