How to create a command-line toolkit for Windows
Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:19 PM
A brief excerpt of the tutorial can be found here:
If you are a system administrator, IT professional, or a power user it is common to find yourself using the command prompt to perform administrative tasks in Windows. Whether it be copying files, accessing the Registry, searching for files, or modifying disk partitions, command-line tools can be faster and more powerful than their graphical alternatives. This tutorial will walk you through creating a command-line toolkit that contains useful programs and utilities that can make administering and using your computer easier and more efficient. The tutorial will also walk you through configuring your PATH environment variable so that these tools are available whenever you need them without having to specify the complete path to your toolkit folder. At the end of the tutorial we have listed a variety of command-line programs that are included with Windows or are by 3rd party developers that you can use as part of your command-line toolkit.
We hope you find this tutorial helpful.
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Posted 11 April 2015 - 11:18 AM
If you're not sure what command to use, create an elevated command prompt (C:\Windows\System 32) and write "help"
If you want to know the options of a specific command use C:\Windows\System 32> yourspecificcommand /?
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