Concept is simple. Choose any path on your disk (application, directory or any other file) or any URL and assign command(s) to it. Then when you want to open that path or URL just type one of the assigned commands in Runner's auto-complete command line and press Enter. That's it. Adding and editing shortcuts have never been easier. You can add commands by simply dragging and dropping file or shortcut into add command window of Runner. If you drag and drop shortcut to this window Runner will automatically find its target and assign commands to it instead of shortcut file. Manage everyday tasks easier. Runner works through built-in commands created to help you manage everything from standard adding or editing shortcuts to tasks like delayed logoff, restart, or shutdown, getting your basic computer info or even web search. For example if you want to add new shortcut to the Runner simply type "\add" to Runners command line and the "Add commands" window will appear. All built-in commands starts with "\". Get quick access to Google and Yahoo web search. You can search the internet directly from Runner's command line simply by typing "g your_keyword" or "y your_keyword" where "g" is for Google and "y" for Yahoo! search. The search results will be displayed in your default web browser. Manage your notes fast an easy. Need to write down something fast and you don't want those sticky notes all over your desktop? Need a place where you can add some text you want to use or just read later? The idea behind the notes is simplicity. That's why we added only six features perfectly balanced between simple and useful. Use Start Menu->Run... commands. Runner comes with full support for Windows Start Menu->Run... commands. Type "calc" for calculator, "regedit" for Registry editor, "cmd" for command prompt window,... and those commands will be executed. You can type full path of some folder, file or application or even URL or drive name and Runner will execute them automatically.