You often need to open programs and functions / features, start them faster, and open them with keyboard shortcuts!
1.) ... Just create a classic desktop shortcut for Windows 10 and 11!
2.) ... Define a keyboard shortcut or create a start menu tile!
3.) ... Open programs and functions with Windows 11/10 login ergo startup!
1.) Simply create a classic desktop shortcut for Windows 10 and 11!1. Press the key combination Windows Logo + D to see the desktop!
2. the selection menu by clicking on an empty place on Desktop
3. Just click here on New and Shortcut in the first window, enter the command:
As a name in second window you can assign "programs and features" or simply the functions or features which is very popular!
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As you can see, it is very easy to create an effective program and functions desktop button, whether on Microsoft Windows 11, 10 or MS Web Server 2019, 2016, ... a very practical thing to open programs and functions even faster!
|(Image-1) Programs and functions as a desktop button on all MS Windows OS!|
2.) Define a keyboard shortcut or create a start menu tile!
If you have created the desktop shortcut for programs and functions , you can use this to assign a shortcut as a function!
1. Simply click with the mouse on the programs and functions symbol (right click)
2. Then on the Properties option and assign the key combination.
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A keyboard shortcut is also useful to start programs and functions. It can also be started from the Run dialog, but some Windows users prefer a direct keyboard shortcut because it is convenient.
|(Image-2) Programs and functions via Keyboard Shortcut!|
3.) Let programs and functions open with Windows login!If you want the programs and functions to be started when you log in, please use the shell:startup directory and if you want the programs and functions to be started for all users when Windows 10 is started,
the shell:common startup folder.
When you have created the desktop shortcut, you can copy it directly into the auto-start folder. If you don't need the desktop shortcut, simply delete it afterwards.
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|(Image-3) Open Programs and Features at Windows Start / Login|
Just create a classic desktop shortcut to: "C:\Windows\System32\OptionalFeatures.exe"