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How To Starting Chrome from the command line

By Vitus White
Published in How To
April 10, 2020
1 min read

You can use the Windows command line to do almost anything. Even open a web browser or any other program. You can also run Chrome as an administrator, in incognito mode, or go directly to the site:

  1. Press the Win + R key combination.
  2. Write cmd.
  3. Go to one of the following points.

— Start in normal mode:

  1. Enter start chrome.
  2. Press Enter.

— Run as administrator:

  1. Enter runas /user:[username] C:/Program Files/Google/Chrome/Application/Chrome.exe.
  2. If you have a 64-bit system, use Program Files (x86) in the command.
  3. Press Enter.

— Launch in incognito mode:

  1. Enter start chrome /incognito.
  2. Press Enter.

- Go to the website:

  1. Enter start chrome [web-site].
  2. Press Enter.

- Go to the website in incognito mode:

  1. Enter start chrome /incognito [web-site].
  2. Press Enter.

Note: Instead of [username], you need to specify the administrator’s username, and instead of [web-site] a link to the site.


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