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How to add Run to start menu in windows 10

While using Windows 10, user(s) may notice that the Run command is no longer located on the Start Menu.
The old Run dialog existed on every other version of Windows until Vista, and is still gone in Windows 7/10 i am not talking about windows 8 because it has no start menu.. One of the nice features of the old Run dialog was that it saved the history of what you had typed in.

We should note first that you can always get to the run dialog by just hitting Win + R on the keyboard, which is the simplest way to do so, and would probably be worth getting used to.

However, the Run command may be restored to the Start Menu. Just follow this simple procedure:
1- Create a new shortcut by right clicking an empty area of the Desktop and enter the following command as the shortcut target:
explorer.exe shell:::{2559a1f3-21d7-11d4-bdaf-00c04f60b9f0}


2- Name your shortcut as 'Run'.

3- Set the proper icon from the C:\Windows\System32\imageres.dll file as shown below:

4- Now drag the shortcut you just created from Desktop to the left side of the Start menu. You will get exactly what you want.
The Run command will now be selectable, as a link within the Start menu.


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