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How to Run Command Prompt Commands With a Desktop Shortcut

If there’s a certain command that you want to run at will on a regular basis, you’ve probably grown tired of the cycle of launching the Command Prompt, typing in the command, closing the Command Prompt. There’s got to be a better way! And there is. This method involves a creating file shortcut to cmd.exe, which is the Command Prompt application, and supplying a command as a parameter.
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