10 Useful Windows 10 Commands To Directly Open Commonly Used Folders

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Just like useful keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10, there are useful commands that can be used to directly access various system folders from Run box or search.

For example: To directly open OneDrive, from Run box (Windows key+R), simply type in:

shell:OneDrive

folder command to open OneDrive

This will directly open OneDrive folder without going to File Explorer.

OneDrive folder accessed

So here are 10 such commands to access commonly used folders in Windows 10:

List of 10 commands for commonly used folders in Windows 10

Simply open Run box and type them, they are easy to remember and always start with shell: prefix.

Saves time and looks cool too. 🙂

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