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Command Prompt and Windows PowerShell

Difference between Command Prompt and Windows PowerShell

Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7, all ship with Windows PowerShell out of the box. Along with it, came the Command Prompt which was a successor to MS-DOS Command line. Often the presence of two command line tools in one […]

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Command Prompt commands and their equivalent command for PowerShell

PowerShell is Microsoft’s alternative to their own Command Prompt. Earlier, Microsoft announced that they will be open sourcing PowerShell and will be bringing it to recent versions of different Linux flavors like Ubuntu, CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenSUSE, Fedora […]

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How to run Windows Updates from Command Line in Windows 10

Windows Update is one of the most highlighted features of Windows 10. Because with the release of Windows 10, Windows was offered to the customers as a service rather than a product. Under the scenario of Software as a Service, […]

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How to add Custom Fonts to Command Prompt in Windows 10

We all use the Windows Command Prompt regularly to solve the system issues, run batch files and also to perform advanced administrative functions. As you use the Command shell window frequently, you may find that the default font not to […]

Changes made to the Command Line after Windows 10 v1803

A lot of changes were made, in Windows 10 but some changes haven’t been talked much about. One of those changes has to do with the Command Line, and as such, we’re going to focus on that. Improvements to the Command […]

CMDER is a Console Emulator for Windows systems

Console or Command Line Interface has been man’s best friend ever since the evolution of computers and other devices. Although GUIs are simpler to use there are some tasks that cannot be done on UI and you have to rely […]

Task Scheduler Properties for Batch File

How to Run Batch Files silently on Windows 10

Even though batch files are like vintage when it comes to operating systems, they are one of the best ways to get things done. If you are in a kind of work which asks you run some pre-defined commands every […]

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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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How to 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 […]