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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How to stop or kill a process in Windows XP or Vista?

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Why would you need to kill a process in Windows XP or Vista?

We sometimes need to stop a process to diagnose a system problem, such as removing Spyware or computer viruses. One of the easiest yet most efficient way to accomplish this is to use the built-in Task Manager in Windows XP or Windows Vista. Here’s how you do it:

  1. Press “Alt+Ctrl+Delete.”
  2. Click on “Task Manager“. You can also launch the Task Manager instantly if you press Ctrl + Shift + ESC simultaneously. This is much easier than accessing it from Ctrl + Alt + Delete or the taskbar. It works for both Windows XP or Windows Vista.
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3. Select the process that you want to stop, then click on “End Task“.

It’s advised not to stop a system process. Stopping a system process can cause the computer to hang or freeze up.

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