Advanced CMD Tricks for Windows 10/8/7

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. mike dopp

    Don’t forget the F7 key for a list of your history and the tab key to move you through the File system faster.

  2. hackerman1

    If you want a REALLY powerfull command-prompt then use “Take Command”:

    There is also a FREE version called “TCC/LE” in both 32 & and 64-bit versions.
    The difference is that the free version doesn´t have all commands, but it´s still a LOT more powerfull than “CMD”….

    It´s very well documented, so it´s no problem finding information about it´s internal functions & commands etc.
    “Take Command” is the successor of 4DOS, the famous replacement for in MS-DOS.
    JP-Soft is a wellknown & respected company so it´s safe to use their software.

    4DOS / Take Command is so powerfull that some people even consider it being a programming language.
    I´ve been programing in 4DOS for years, and you can do a lot of amazing things with it…

  3. Thanks for posting about these freeware. Should make some good new posts. 😉

  4. hackerman1

    All CMD-commands works in Take Command/ TCC.
    You just get a LOT of “extra” commands / functions.
    So it´s no problem to use it instead of CMD….

  5. Terenzi Alfonso

    It seems very interesting!

  6. Make a Virus that could eject your optical media continuously and automatically and also get to know more command prompt tricks @

  7. GP

    Thanks for such good tut. is possible copy any files and paste it on USB drive or external drive?

  8. need help boy 9

    umm the owner of this web thank you but pls help me, i was hacked by a hacker and it took all my files HELP PLEASEEEE!!!!!!!!!!

  9. relect jewellery

    Contact Microsoft about this issue or an computer expert. These will help you.

  10. Anon

    I don’t understand the point about the “Finding your IP address, DNS Server address and a lot more” section. The command and the screenshot bare no relation to the purpose of the section!!!
    The command is “ipconfig /all” & not “ipconfig/ all”. The screenshot actually shows an error and then correct usage of the command.
    Who proof read this post???!

  11. Bob Henderson

    how do i start a chat using window 10?

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