Easy steps to using the Run Command Box in the Windows 10 Start Menu
Using the Run Command in Windows 10 is now easier than it was in Windows 8, since the introduction of the new Start Menu found in Windows 10, many have been expressing positive reviews.
In Windows 10 you can use the Search Bar to get things done much quicker and in this tutorial from Addictive Tips you can learn how to open and use the Run Command:
Here are the steps to using the Run Command Box in the Windows 10 Start Menu
Open the Start menu and click All apps at the bottom to expand the list of apps. The new Start menu features apps sorted alphabetically (which is awesome and something that should be done everywhere).
Scroll down to the W section and look for a folder called ‘Windows System’. Expand it and it will reveal some very familiar Windows programs like the Command Prompt, Control Pnael, and File Explorer. This is where you can find the Run command. Click to open it.
Another quicker way is to right click on Run and pin it to your Start menu, the short cut for this is WinKey + R