I'm trying to replicate Win+R and then typing
shell:startup as a Batch script.
Just putting this in a batch script doesn't work.
How can I perform
shell:startup in a batch script?
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start "" shell:startup
As usual, if the friendly name of a particular Windows Shell Command contains a blank space, enclose it in double quotes, e.g. as follows:
start "" "shell:common startup"
explorer "shell:common startup"