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Posted 2 Mar 2006

How to display Windows Explorer objects in one command-line

, 10 Mar 2006
This article shows how to display Windows desktop objects like Control Panel, Administration Tools, Scanners and Cameras etc., in one command-line, and provides a complete application for illustration.
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