Where is RUN in Windows Vista?

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By default, Windows Vista does not have RUN function in START menu. You can access RUN in two ways:

  • Press “Windows” and “R” keys simultaneously.

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  • Customize the START menu, taking these steps:

  1. Right-click on the TASKBAR.
  2. Select “PROPERTIES
  3. Check “Run command“.
  4. Click OK.

And you’re done!

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Are you using Windows 7? How to Find RUN in Windows 7? (Where is RUN in Windows 7?)

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  1. Mary says:

    I have the xp antivirus 2008 I cannot get rid of it

  2. George Little says:

    I have an activation code for xp antivirus but I dont know how to activate it. The instructions you gave me to set this up was rediculous. Can you give me some more clear directions?

  3. Susan says:

    I was going crazy looking for “RUN”. Thanks for the tip!

  4. nel says:

    why is there no sound coming out from my speakers and why is it whenever I’m downloading a anti virus the web browser closes

  5. Joyce says:

    thanks so much…..why can’t anything be where it was on XP

  6. Andrea says:

    I just bought a new Lenovo windows XP before they took them all off the shelves. And I cannot find either “Run” or “Search” in the start menu. I followed the instruction above, all the boxes are checked, still can’t find them………….

  7. Kyle says:

    Mary-”I have the xp antivirus 2008 I cannot get rid of it” xp antivirus is a virus not an actual program i had to reboot my computer to get rid of it.

  8. king says:

    Thanks mate, been looking for RUN for a while.

  9. Rob says:

    I was deleting some pre-loaded programs off my system. I guess I deleted the Dock program which allows for quick desktop access to programs. How can I reload the WINDOWS VISTA Dock program. I inserted the Vista CD but stopped at the page to select the partition as it appeared that I was actually going to be reloading Vista. Thanks.

  10. gintsuneji says:

    Please give me the best antivirus on November

  11. Caiju says:

    Thanks for sharing where to find the “Run” box. Was an absolute pain trying to find it in Vista.

    Need to find it in order to do msconfig to delete these hidden startups. Booting takes forever and these useless software packages installed on newer systems just loads up the memory.

    Thanks again.

  12. David says:

    I have anti virus 2010 and I cant get rid of it can you help me

  13. Atul says:

    Thanks for the help man! God bless!

  14. faith says:

    HELP IS NEEDED ASAP@!@
    please and thank you :D

  15. picture is not clear says:

    hi i m using TOSHIBA Laptop latest one.i check ed all the things are o.k in system but picture clearity is not good.

  16. passerby says:

    when i click on run it will show me something say restirction.

  17. DuEL says:

    Thanks for the useful tips…

  18. Annette Kostick says:

    Hello;

    Where can the web site for windows vistor for XP/Vista be found>

    Thanks

    Annette

  19. Jar sss says:

    try this one

  20. n/a says:

    finally, I found it

    thank you so much

    GOD BLESS YOU

  21. Anon says:

    XP Antivirus is malware, not genuine antivirus. Use malwarebytes to get rid of it

  22. govind says:

    great dat works thanks somuch

  23. KJ says:

    Simple but effective guide. This may resolve my headache. Thanks!

  24. nick says:

    thnx..now found it..simple but great

  25. AR says:

    Hi! When I tried step 1> Right-click on the taskbar, then select “Properties“.

    The message says ‘This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator’

    Please help!

  26. Dek says:

    Me too! Thank you :)

  27. Aleksandra says:

    Hi AR, do you have the Administrator rights on this PC?

  28. Ariane says:

    Thank you, I was so frustrated looking for RUN!

  29. Lenore says:

    I missed you answer to Susan’s May 12, 2008
    ” I was going crazy looking for RUN

  30. Lenore says:

    I missed your reply to Susan’s May 12, 2008 inquiry regarding finding RUN on Vista. Can you help?

  31. Anthony says:

    I’m trying to install my wireless printer.Can’t because i need run as.window vista

  32. Benny says:

    I’ve a HP LAPTOP(installed Windows Vista) since 2008, but I found I could not run the computer after power on, except inserting a Win XP DISC, and press Del, select CD run, then Vista runs(if I inserted Vista or recovery disc, it did not run). Why?

  33. jackson says:

    Still can’t find “run” on Vista premium can someone clarify for me please

  34. jackson says:

    Found it ! thanks Jackson

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  36. IT support says:

    I agree

  37. Analisa says:

    Windows 8 was first unveiled at the D9 conference back in June, and the most groundbreaking thing
    about Microsoft’s new OS is that it is going to run just as well on your tablet as on PC. Using Advanced Folder Encryption, you will be able to encrypt folders as well as password protect them so that no one other than yourself will be able to access them, let alone copy or delete them, regardless of whether or not protected files are set to be displayed in the original directory. Why pay full MRP when you can get discount without much effort.

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