If you’re a developer looking to find the exact filename and path location for a concept test, utility program, script, or executable, this document will show you how. Read on to find out how to quickly and easily find the location of any program on your computer.
Step 1. Open the Windows Run Command
The first step is to open the Windows Run command. This shortcut can be accessed in a few different ways, depending on the version of Windows you’re using.
- For Windows 10: Press the Windows key + R
- For Windows 7/8: Click Start →type “Run” → Press Enter
Step 2. Enter the Path of the Program
Once the Run command box opens, type in the exact path of the program you’re looking for. The path will often be included in documentation of the program, but if you don’t know it you can use Windows Explorer to look for the program.
Step 3. Open the Found Program
Once you have the exact path, type it into the box and then click the “Enter” key to open the program. This will open the utility or the program’s main window.
What if I can’t remember the exact path of the program?
If you’re having trouble remembering the exact path of the program, you can use Windows Explorer to look for the program. In Windows Explorer, type in the name of the program or utility in the search bar at the top right-hand side of the window, and it will provide a list of all programs with similar names.
What is the Windows Run command?
The Windows Run command is a shortcut that provides quick access to different tools and programs on your computer. To open the Run command, press the Windows key+R (for Windows 10 users) or click Start →type “Run” → Press Enter (for Windows 7/8 users).
What is the purpose of the Windows Run command?
The Windows Run command provides you with quick access to different tools and programs on your computer. It can also be used to open programs, access system properties and settings, and run scripts.
Where can I find more information about the Windows Run command?
For more information on the Windows Run command, please visit the Microsoft Developer Network website.
How do I access system properties and settings?
To access system properties and settings, open the Run command (press the Windows key+R for Windows 10 users or click Start →type “Run” → Press Enter for Windows 8/7 users) and then type in the exact path of the program. Once you’ve found the program, click the “Enter” key to open it.