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Here is another helpful shortcuts which you can create for Windows Shortcut to Safely Remove hardware

Just use these commands in run window (to open use Win key+R)


You can use "rundll32.exe Shell32.dll, Control_RunDLL" instead of "control"

  • Steps are same just change the step 3 from the above posts
  • Add/Remove programs window - control appwiz.cpl
  • Date and Time propertise - control timeDate.cpl
  • Device Manager - rundll32.exe devmgr.dll DeviceManager_Execute
  • Display Propertise - control desk.cpl
  • Internet Propertise - control inetcpl.cpl
  • Keyboard propertise - control main.cpl @1
  • Mouse Propertise - control main.cpl
  • Shared Directories - rundll32.exe ntlanui.dll,ShareManage
  • Sound and Audio device Propertise - control mmsys.cpl
  • System Propertise - control sysdm.cpl
  • System Restore - %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\restore\rstrui.exe
  • Explorer Favorites - EXPLORER.EXE /e,/root,%USERPROFILE%\Favorites
  • Accessibility Control - control access.cpl or you can use (l)
  • Add hardware - control hdwwiz.cpl   
  • Configure Internet Explorer and Internet properties - control inetcpl.cpl
  • Regional settings - control intl.cpl   
  • Game controllers - control joy.cpl
  • Network properties - control ncpa.cpl   
  • User accounts - control nusrmgr.cpl   
  • Power configuration - control powercfg.cpl
  • Phone and modem options - control telephon.cpl

Computer Operations

  • Stand By - rundll32.exe PowrProf.dll,SetSuspendState
  • Shutdown (with 30 second default delay)     C:\Windows\ system32\shutdown.exe -s
  • Logoff    C:\Windows\ system32\shutdown.exe -l
  • Restart (with 30 second default delay)     C:\Windows\ system32\shutdown.exe -r
  • Shutdown (with delay set to zero)     C:\Windows\ system32\shutdown.exe -s -t 0
  • Restart (with delay set to zero)    C:\Windows\ system32\shutdown.exe -r -t 0

 

The Windows XP tool Tasklist can be used to determine what program modules are currently being executed by rundll32.exe. (For discussion of Tasklist, go to this page.) To create a list of running tasks, open a Command Prompt window and enter the following command:

tasklist /m /fi "IMAGENAME eq rundll32.exe" >C:\rundll32.txt

This will create a text file rundll32.txt on the C: drive that lists the running modules. If you prefer a different location for the text file, modify the command accordingly. Also, to simply view the running tasks in the command window, omit the part of the command that does file redirection, >C:\rundll32.txt.

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