X410 can also be launched from Windows Command Prompt by using its execution alias; x410.exe. You don't have to worry about its file path; Windows 10 automatically locates and runs X410.
If you're using Windows 10 April 2018 Update (Version 1803), you can also manage execution aliases from Windows Settings » Apps » Apps & features » "Manage app execution aliases".
X410 currently supports the following command-line switches and you can use them to create batch files that can automatically launch X410 before starting your Linux GUI app or desktop (ex. Creating a Windows Shortcut for Linux GUI Desktop).
||Launch X410 in Desktop mode. If X410 is already running in a different mode, it will be shutdown and restarted in Desktop mode.|
||Launch X410 in Windowed Apps mode. If X410 is already running in a different mode, it will be shutdown and restarted in Windowed Apps mode.|