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How to open Command Prompt from the Task Manager using CTRL key

submitted 2 months ago, Monday, Sep 11, 2017, 22:37:38 by ram00.44 in Technology / Science
How to open Command Prompt from the Task Manager using CTRL key
This tip will show you how to quickly open an elevated Command Prompt window (CMD) from the Task Manager of Windows 10/8/7 computer with a click.
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