If you use the Command Line frequently, then here is a list of CMD or Command Prompt keyboard shortcuts in Windows 11/10, that will help you work quicker.
Command Prompt Keyboard Shortcuts and Action
- Ctrl+C – Copy the selected text
- Ctrl+V – Paste the selected text
- Ctrl+M – Enter Mark mode
- Alt+selection key – Begin selection in block mode
- Arrow keys – Move the cursor in the direction specified
- Page up – Move the cursor by one page up
- Page down – Move the cursor by one page down
- Ctrl+Home – Move the cursor to the beginning of the buffer
- Ctrl+End – Move the cursor to the end of the buffer
- Ctrl+Up arrow – Move up one line in the output history
- Ctrl+Down arrow – Move down one line in the output history
- Ctrl+Home – If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the top of the buffer. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the left of the cursor in the command line. (History navigation)
- Ctrl+End – If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the command line. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the right of the cursor in the command line. (History navigation)
Do take a look at the complete list of Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10 too.
If you are looking for more tips to work better with CMD, these Command Prompt tips & tricks will help you get started.