In System Configuration on your Windows computer, you can boot your computer in safe mode, manage the startup programs and so forth. Thus, it will be greatly convenient for you to create a shortcut for System Configuration on the desktop if you need to access it frequently. Now, learn how to make a CMD file to serve as the shortcut on Windows 10 desktop in this article.
Video guide on how to create a System Configuration shortcut on Windows 10 desktop:
Step 1: Open Notepad.
Click the bottom-left Start button and tap Notepad in the Start Menu.
Step 2: Input the exe file name of System Configuration.
Type msconfig.exe in the Notepad.
Step 3: Name the document as CMD file and save it to the desktop.
This step can be further divided into the following two procedures.
1. Click the top-left File tab, and choose Save As in the menu.
2. In the Save As window, select Desktop, enter System Configuration.cmd as file name and tap Save.
In seconds, the CMD file called System Configuration shows up on the desktop, playing the role of System Configuration's shortcut.
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