Start: Run

To add the Run command in the start menu

By default, the Run command is not displayed in the menu “start”. To add, create a DWORD value ForceRunOnStartMenu with a value of 1 in section HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesExplorer.

Policy: user Configuration → Administrative templates → start Menu and taskbar → Add Run command in start menu

If disabled or not configured, the Run command is not displayed by default in the start menu, but you can add it from the window “Properties taskbar and start menu”. If policy is enabled “Remove Run command from start menu”what the policy “Add a command “Run” in the menu “start”” is skipped.

The check box “Run in separate memory space”

DWORD MemCheckBoxInRunDlgequal to 1 in section HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesExplоrer adds a check box “Run in separate memory space” in dialog box “Run program”, which allows you to run 16-bit applications in a separate virtual DOS machines.



Policy: user Configuration → Administrative templates → start Menu and taskbar → Add a checkbox to “Run” in a separate area of memory in the command window “Run”

Clearing the list of recently used commands

Team To perform contains a list of commands you have recently used (MRU list)

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This list is contained in section HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplоrerRunMRU.

Option MRUList contains a string that defines the order in which the rest of the entries will appear in the list. For example, “bca” suggests that the first element in the list Open will be team name bthen cand then a

The commands themselves are stored as strings with terminating characters 1 the parameters a, b, c, d, etc. Only allowed 26 entries

To clear the list, you need to replace the parameters MRUList and all commands with an empty string (“”), or edit according to your taste

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