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CMD Commands

Discussion in 'Windows' started by coderzone, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. coderzone

    coderzone Super Moderator

    I need help and this time it is with the cmd commands. I am looking for most used CMD commands and will need your help to know the cmd commands you use so that I can make the set of most used commands on th DOS prompt.

    I use the following:

    1. xcopy
    2. mkdir
    3. cls
    4. dir
    5. rename
    6. rmdir
    7. whoami

    Please do not point me to the set of DOS commands site but I am looking for the list of commands you use
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    I personally use ping and tracert a lot and nothing where windows can do the job for me.

    BTW I did not knew that whoami is a DOS cmd.
     
  3. johnny.dacu

    johnny.dacu New Member

    I can't provide a full list because i don't use DOS cmds very much. But i do use ipconfig/all for some network infos when i need it fast and ipconfig/dnsflush when i have problems (delays) on updating nameservers for my domanin
     
  4. mriganka

    mriganka New Member

    neturser
    ipconfig

    and other mentioned previously is used by me...
    :)
     
  5. Ancient Dragon

    Ancient Dragon New Member

    Just create a command prompt and type [inline]c:> help <Enter>[/inline] You will get a list of all available commands and a sort explanation of what they do.
     
  6. helloword

    helloword New Member

    net user
    ping
    regedit
    ipconfig
    at
    cls
    call
    date
    echo
    exit
    find
    goto
    if
    hello ,this is i'm know CMD commands,i hope can help your,if you want study CMD commands,pleaes to this is url :http:/ /ss64. com /nt/
     
  7. helloword

    helloword New Member

    you can input command follow with /? for usage.
     

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