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Add the "Run" command back to the Start menu In Windows Vista

Right click an open area of the Taskbar2. Select Properties
Select the Start Menu tab4. Tick the Start menu entry and click the "Customize" button to the right.
Scroll down the list until you find the "Run command" entry.6. Place a checkmark in the "Run command" checkbox.7. Click OK.

The Run command should now appear in the Start Menu.

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