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Execute windows commands
I am using Classic Shell and I would like to take all buttons from command bar and add to Classic Shell. So I can completely disable command bar when. Question how to do it? I have read Windows Explorer Toolbar Buttons - Customize and where are many commands like: Windows.previewpane, Windows.navpane, Windows.playmusic and so on. How windows is executing these commands?
As example to launch anything from control panel:
C:\Windows\System32\control.exe /name Microsoft.WindowsUpdate
C:\Windows\System32\control.exe /name Microsoft.FolderOptions
launch any selected file with notepad:
but how to launch slide show from selected file (Windows.slideshow) or open video file with WMP from selected file or how to play all files in folder (Windows.playmusic)? What commands would be to do it? Thanks
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