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That will bring up the Explorer "one-pane, simple view" but as a power user, you will surely want the Two-Pane Explorer that shows the directory tree on the left. What I've done to make that happen was write a batch file like so:
I put that batch file in the C:\Windows directory so it's on the command search path and now I can go back and forth with ease.
REM - EX.bat REM -- displays Windows Explorer in two-pane mode on current directory EXPLORER /e,.
I'm sure you know that already. Sorry.
and you can bring up a web page with:
The latter option relates to what happens when you drag an icon from the Internet Explorer Address Bar or drag any hyperlink from any page and drop it onto the desktop (or other directory). It shows as a shortcut, but it is actually a file with an extension of .URL -- even though Windows will not show that extension in the Explorer.
Where MyService is the text displayed in the "Name" column of the Service Manager. About the only tidbit I have to add is that if the service name contains an embedded space, you need to wrap it in quotes:
net start MyService
net stop Messenger
net start "Remote Registry"
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