For any Tech trying to assist someone with 8, 8.1 or 10, the Classic Shell is a gift from Above.
It has so many features for customizing how Windows looks and runs, that it can emulate any OS from XP on up.
Running on Windows 10, Classic shell can be shut off by a simple Right click on the Start button and then a click on "Exit".
That allows full access to all the Windows 10 settings, like setting default apps, etc. For some setting in Win-10, you must be able to access the "Settings" app.
Many things that we used to do from the RUN box, (not present in Windows 10) can still be done, but somewhat differently.
To be able to RUN an app like "MSCONFIG" I just use the Ctrl+Alt+Del combination, sometimes called the three finger salute.
That brings up a small menu where I can select the "Task Manager". Then in Task Manager, click "More Details" in the lower left corner of the window.
Then click on "File" (upper left) and "Run New Task" and VOILA!, there's our old favorite RUN box.
Once I found it, I've used it a lot, while setting up Windows 10.
Cheers mates, and Happy Computing!
In addtition to Rudy & Mike above. If you use the Run command often then create a shortcut for Run command using:
Put it on taskbar/start menu or right click context menu
Wait they make computers with more RAM now? damn i have been missing outWynona;316088My first computer came with, I believe, [B said:
I remember when i thought 2 GB of RAM was good enough with vista, what a mistake that was