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New features in Windows Console in Windows 10

Every subsequent version of Windows attempts to bring new features and improvements to the OS so that it’s better than the earlier iterations. With the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (FCU) releasing on October 17th, 2017, the Windows Console […]

ConsoleZ is a Command Prompt enhancement tool for Windows

Command Prompt or CMD which is used as command line utility in all versions of Windows is considered to be one of the most powerful utilities of Windows. Although the console does not offer many customization options, a free tool […]

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7 ways to open or launch Command Prompt in Windows 10

Many folks might not know this, but there are several ways to open or launch the Command Prompt (CMD) in Windows 10. It’s so easy to do that even if a newborn could do it. OK, maybe we’re exaggerating here, but that […]

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Command Prompt in Windows 10 – Make it transparent!

The Command Prompt in Windows 10, conhost.exe, gets several new features.Not only does it get a new code, and improved editing features, you can also make it go full-screen or make it transparent. Let us take a look at some of […]

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Turn on AutoComplete in Windows Command Prompt

If you are a Windows power user who frequently needs to use the Command Prompt regularly, then you find it useful to turn on auto-complete in Command Prompt. If you want to make the change permanent, you will have to […]

TCC/LE : A free replacement for Windows Command Prompt

TCC/LE is free and powerful software designed to completely replace the traditional Command Prompt Utility in Windows. TCC/LE is basically a command prompt only – but it comes along with many other different utilities and features that one would want in the […]

Advanced CMD Tricks for Windows 10/8/7

If you have been a Windows user for a long time, I am sure you must have used Command Prompt. Even today, the CMD helps in performing many advanced administrative functions, and in troubleshooting Windows related issues. We have earlier, already […]

Access FTP Server using Windows Command Prompt

Earlier we have posted about FileZilla Client, a free FTP client for Windows, which can be used to access your FTP server and transfer files on it. We also saw how we could use NotePad++, a Notepad alternative for Windows, […]

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Run Commands from Windows Start Search Box as an Administrator

We enjoy using the command line tool for performing certain functions. It’s very simply to use. We also make extensive use of the Windows  search box of the Start menu or Start Screen, depending on your operating system. When we normally start […]

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WMI Commands on Windows 10/8/7

It’s always cool to work with a command prompt, batch file, etc. I still love to do a lot of work with command prompt and automate things with batch files. In this article, I will list you WMI Commands (Windows […]