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A little about CMD Command Prompt

The windows operating system user may be very familiar with the name CMD command prompt, which is a windows tool to run commands on windows OS in the text base, because there are times when the GUI version of the program is not as rich as a command line functions requires us to access the command prompt. There are also commands like-ping, netstat, and tracert which according to the network admin a lot more responsive than the application with a GUI format. As information “Prompt” it literally means Quick. There is also an opinion that it is better to master a command prompt so that the core server used to handle

Here below are the CMD Command Prompt:

ADDUSERS - Insert / add user to / from CSV files.
ARP - Address Resolution Protocol
Assoc Change - the file extension Associations
ASSOCIAT - One step file association
AT SUPERMARKET - Command to create a schedule in the program (to run later time)
Attrib - Changing file attributes
Bootcfg - Edit Windows boot settings
BROWSTAT - Looking for info domain, browser and PDC
CACLS - Replacing / changing file permissions
CALL - Call one batch program
CD - Moving to a specific folder.
CHANGE - Change Terminal Server Properties on
CHKDSK - Check and repair file system
CHKNTFS - Check the NTFS file system
CHOICE - Accept keyboard input into a batch file
Cipher - Encrypt-Decrypt files / folders
CleanMgr - Automatically Clean Temporary files, recycle bin
CLEARMEM - Clear memory
CLIP - Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard.
CLS - Clear screen CMD
Cluster - Windows Clustering
CMD - Opens the screen CMD / command prompt
COLOR - Changing the color of the CMD window
COMP - Compares the contents of two or more files
COMPACT - compress files / folders within an NTFS partition
Compress - compress individual files in an NTFS partition
CON2PRT - Connect or disconnect a Printer
CONVERT - Convert a FAT drive to NTFS.
COPY - Copy one or more files to specific locations
CSVDE - Import / Export Active Directory data
DATE - Display / set the date
Dcomcnfg - DCOM Configuration Utility
Defrag - Defragment your hard drive
DEL - Deletes one or more files
DELPROF - Delete User Profile NT
DELTREE - Delete a folder and its subfolders
DevCon - Device Manager Command Line Utility
DIR - Displays list of files / folders from a drive
DIRUSE - Displays disk usage / disk capacity
DISKCOMP - Compares the contents of two floppy disks fruit
Diskcopy - Copy the contents of a floppy disk to another floppy disk
DNSSTAT - DNS Statistics
DOSKEY - Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros
DSADD - Add user (computer, group ..) in active directory
DSQUERY - Add an item into the Active Directory
DSMOD - Modify user (computer, group ..) in active directory
ECHO - Displays messages on the monitor
Erase - Removes one or more files
EXIT - exit the CMD window
Expand - uncompressing files
Extract - uncompressing CAB files
FC - Comparing 2 files
FDISK - Disk Format and partition
FIND - Search for a text string in a file
FINDSTR - Search for strings in files
FOR / F command-loop: for multiple files at once
FOR - Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List
FORFILES - Batch process multiple files
FORMAT - Format a disk
FREEDISK - Displays free disk space (in bytes)
FSUTIL - File and Volume utilities
FTP - File Transfer Protocol
Ftype - Display / change the file types used in file extension who
GLOBAL - Showing a global list of members in groups
GOTO - Directing a batch program to jump to a labeled line
HELP - Online Help
HFNETCHK - Network Security Hotfix Checker
IF - Conditionally perform a command (conditional orders)
Ipconfig - Configure IP
KILL - Remove a program from memory
LABEL - Provide / change the disc label
LOCAL - Displays a list of members of local groups
LOGEVENT - Write text to the NT event viewer.
Logoff - Exit from the system / Removing the user from the system
LOGTIME - record the date and time in a file
MAPISEND - Send e-mail from the command line
MEM - Display memory usage
MD - Create new folders
MODE - Configure a system device
MOUNTVOL - Set in a volume mount point
Move - Moving files from one folder to another folder
MOVEUSER - Move users from a domain to another domain
MSG - Send a message
Msiexec - Microsoft Windows Installer
MSINFO - Windows NT diagnostics
MSTSC - Terminal Server Connection (Remote Desktop Protocol)
MUNGE - Find and change their text in a file (find & replace)
MV - Copy files being / temporary use
NET - Manage network resources
NETDOM - Domain Manager
Netsh - Configure network protocols
NETSVC - Command-line Service Controller
Nbtstat - Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP / IP)
Netstat - Display networking statistics (TCP / IP)
NOW - Displays Current Date and Time
Nslookup - Name server lookup
Ntbackup - Backup folders
NTRIGHTS - Edit user account rights (the region allowable by admin access)
PATH - Displays or set the search path for executable files
PathPing - Trace route plus network latency and packet loss
PAUSE - Holding down the process of a batch file and displays the message
PERMS - Show permissions (the access) user
PERFMON - Performance Monitor
PING - Test (test) network connection
POPD - Restore previous value from a directory that in-save by PUSHD
PORTQRY - Displays the status of ports and services
PRINT - Print a text file
PRNCNFG - View, manage, or change the printer name
PRNMNGR - Display, delete, or add to the list of printers, set default printer
PROMPT - Change the command prompt
PsExec - Starting the process of long-distance (remote)
PsFile - Indicates file2 is opened remotely
PsGetSid - Displays the SID of a computer or user
PsInfo - Displays information from a system
PsKill - Stopping the process by process ID
PsList - Displays detail information of a process
PsLoggedOn - Who's logged on (check locally or via resource sharing)
PsLogList - Event log records
PsPasswd - Change account password
PsService - Displaying and changing services
PsShutdown - Shutdown or reboot the computer
PsSuspend - Suspend / hold Process
PUSHD - Save / Save and change the current directory
QGREP - Search for the word / phrase in true-to-file pattern / line specified.
Rasdial - Manage RAS connections
RASPHONE - Manage RAS connections
Recover - Restore / Recover damaged files from a disk Defective (broken).
REG - Read, manage, or delete registry keys and values
REGEDIT - Import / export the registry settings
Regsvr32 - register / unregister DLL or OCX files
REGINI - Change Registry Permissions
REM - Record / record comments (remarks) in a batch file
REN - change the file name
REPLACE - Replace / Replace or update a file with a file line
RD - Delete folder
RDISK - Create Recovery Disk
RMTSHARE - Share a folder or printer
ROUTE - Manipulate network routing tables
Runas - Run a program using a user account with others.
RUNDLL32 - Run a DLL command (add / remove print connections)
SC - Service Control
SCHTASKS - Create or Edit Scheduled Tasks
SCLIST - Display NT Services
ScriptIt - Control GUI applications
SET - Display, set, or remove environment variables
SETX - Set environment variables permanently
SHARE - Sign up or edit a file share or print share
Shortcut - Create a windows shortcut (. LNK files)
SHOWGRPS - Displays a list of Workgroups or NT users who have joined
SHOWMBRS - Displays a list of Users who are members of a Workgroup
Shutdown - Shutdown computer
Sleep - Wait for a few moments
SOON - Schedule (schedule) a command for some time and then
SORT - Sort input
START - opens a new window, to run a particular program or command
SU - Switch User
SUBINACL - Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domain
SUBST - Customizing a path with a drive letter
SYSTEMINFO - Displays a list of system configuration
Tasklist - Displays a list of applications and services running
TIME - Display or change the time on the system
TIMEOUT - Delay processing of a batch file
TITLE - Specify the title for a session cmd.exe window
TOUCH - change a file timestamps
Tracert - Trace route to a remote host
TREE - View graphic from folder structure
TYPE - Displays the contents of a text file
USRSTAT - Displays a list of usernames and last login domain
VER - Displays version information
VERIFY - Check whether files have been tar-save
VOL - Displays the disk label
WHERE - Search for and display files in a directory tree
WHOAMI - Displays the current UserName and domain current
WINDIFF - Compares the contents of two or more files.
WINMSD - Windows system diagnostics
WINMSDP - Windows system diagnostics II
WMIC - WMI Commands
XCACLS - Change file permissions (access rights)
XCOPY - Copy files and folders
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