Click the " quick-run" button on the toolbar or press the corresponding hotkey to open the quick-run dialog.
Open URL, Alias or Built-in commands
At first, type an alias, built-in command, local path or web address in the long edit box. Click <Open> button or press <Enter> to open it with Windows Explorer. Click <Console> to open a directory or an alias mapping to a directory in console window (DOS Prompt).
URL history is supported in this quick-run dialog. All aliases, commands, URL's, programs, documents, folder paths that have been entered in this quick-run dialog will be preserved in the history list. Next time, you can directly select them from the history list. Alternatively, you can type the first several characters of the command, and then press down arrow to get the closest match for that prefix.
While you are entering a URL in the quick run dialog, a suggested alias for that URL will be automatically displayed in the alias field. You may use the suggested alias or change it to anything you like. If you'd like to create an alias for the URL, click the button <Create Alias>
Multiple Commands In A Line
You can type in multiple command in one line by separating them with semicolons. For example, you can type "notepad;wordpad;mspaint". IntelliComplete will open notepad, WordPad and paint brush for you in one time.
A number of built-in commands are supported in this quick-run dialog. Some of them may be very useful for you.
Besides using aliases in the quick-run dialog, you can expand aliases into its full path/URL in any window. This is esp. useful in explorer, IE and file open/save dialog where you need to input long path/URL. See URL Alias for details.