We’ve covered an enormous amount of command prompt tips and tricks over the years. If you are an IT Pro or a person who just needs to interact with the command prompt on a regular basis you want to have
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The Command Prompt console we know in previous Windows doesn’t support transparency. And technically it still doesn’t support in Windows 10 because it still uses the same original graphics and rendering models (the original GDI) implemented in the console a long
In Windows 8.1 and earlier version, Ctrl+C performs a BREAK instead of a copy function, and Ctrl+V just displays a caret V on-screen, which doesn’t seem much helpful. This is no longer the case in Windows 10. Here is how you
We do love Command Prompt, don’t we? If so, why not learning another set of tips and tricks that you may not know to get more out of it? Let’s take look at them. Tip #1: F7 If you think
Windows 10 brings a lot of new features in Command Prompt, things like being transparency, full-screen mode, a lot of more text selection and editing options, additional keyboard shortcut keys to open find dialog, close console window, and more ways
There are many situations where you need to use the command lines instead of the GUI apps and many of the command lines require the admin privilege in order to complete the mission. And those special command lines that requires
It’s a pretty straightforward scenario how you find the running process’s port number when you know the process ID. Let’s say you need to find more information about a running process, the place to go is obvious – Task Manager.