My main questions within the context below:
- What are "Run" commands from Windows' perspective?
- How to automate "Run" commands?
- Is "Run" similar to the address bar of the Windows Explorer?
As many of you might have noticed, you have to make a couple of clicks to get to the Control Panel's Sound Properties menu in Windows 10.
- Instead of having to search for links in descriptive words within Settings - Sound:
Right-clicking taskbar speaker icon > Sound settings > Settings: Sound
- You could (where
3for every for every tab in that menu):
This made me think of how to automate the above by creating a batch on my taskbar (example), but I'm unsure of what commands to use. You can easily run scripts in batch files, but it's not the same thing and I can't find anywhere how to make a batch file that runs when you type its name in "Run" (like