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15 CMD Commands Every Windows User Should Know

15 CMD Commands Every Windows User Should Know
Microsoft has slowly but surely pushed the command line aside in the Windows interface. This is not without reason, as it’s an antiquated and mostly unnecessary tool from an era of text-based input that has long passed. 10 Windows Command Line Tips You Should Check Out 10 Windows Command Line Tips You Should Check Out Read More But there still are some commands that remain useful, and Windows 8 even added new features. Here are the commands every Windows user needs to know. In case you’re not sure how to access the command prompt, forgot basic commands, or would like to know how to see a list of switches for each command, you can refer to our beginners guide to the Windows command line for instructions. Most files in Windows are associated with a specific program that is assigned to open the file by default. You can also extend the command to change file associations. Cipher Deleting files on a mechanical hard drive doesn’t really delete them at all. Driverquery File Compare Ipconfig Netstat

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10 Useful Windows Commands You Should Know There are some things you can only do from the command line, even on Windows. Some of these tools don’t have graphical equivalents, while others are just plain faster to use than their graphical interfaces. We can’t possibly cover all the useful commands you can use in the Command Prompt or PowerShell here. We’ll be focusing on commands that should be useful even if you’re not a command-line person. ipconfig – Quickly Find Your IP Address You can find your IP address from the Control Panel, but this takes quite a few clicks. USB Powered Gadgets and more.. » 55 Portable Apps for Making a USB Super Stick Update: This post has been amazing and generated a lot of interest. To make things easier, I have compiled a USB Super Stick for you. If you are interested in a 1GB drive with all the apps [below] for $20 – shoot me an email: gmo<at> USB flash is not (yet) a portable PC whereby any USB KVM monitor is your work station – but it will get there.

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