In Windows 11, apps can declare a name, or alias which can be used to run the app from command prompt. It will appear as an executable file in the command prompt. If many apps use the same name, you can choose one by turning app execution aliases on or off.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off app execution aliases for your account in Windows 11.
How To Turn On or Off App Execution Aliases in Windows 11?
1. Click on the Windows menu and go to Settings.
2. In the left panel, click on Apps. In the right panel, go to Apps and Features.
3. Next, click on More Settings. Then, click on App execution aliases.