The Windows Command Line || CMD || Begginer to Intermediate

The Windows Command Line || CMD || Begginer to Intermediate

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CMD In Windows Command Line

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Description

Understanding CMD

With the command shell, you can have direct interaction with the operating system. Think command prompt as an interpreter that accepts the commands or the User’s inputs and translate them into machine language. These commands are predefined and perform a specific task. These commands can be clubbed together as well to perform a series of task. Also, these commands need not be entered manually and can be written in a batch file to automate some of the manual tasks like taking a scheduled server backup, deleting junk files and so on. These commands are very handy at the time of network troubleshooting or for a day to day work. These commands can be called from many programming languages such as Java, which allows the programmer to perform task directly via the command prompt, which would otherwise take several code lines to be written essentially to perform the same task.

To run the command prompt in the administration mode, type cmd in the search bar present in the taskbar, then right-click on cmd. You will see an option Run as administration click ok and then command prompt will open in the admin mode.

A batch file is a script file in DOS, OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. It consists of a series of commands to be executed by the command-line interpreter, stored in a plain text file(.txt file). A batch file may contain any command the interpreter accepts interactively and use constructs that enable conditional branching and looping within the batch file, such as IF, FOR, and GOTO labels. The term "batch" is from batch processing, meaning "non-interactive execution", though a batch file may not process a batch of multiple data.

How to access CMD?

To access the command prompt irrespective of what version you are using, follow the below steps. One of the quickest ways to access the command prompt is to make use of Run Window. To open the run window, press the Windows key + R on your keyboard. Once you do, that run window will open and then write cmd and press enter.

As soon as you press the ok command prompt window will get open up.

To run the command prompt in the administration mode, type cmd in the search bar present in the taskbar, then right-click on cmd. You will see an option Run as administration click ok and then command prompt will open in the admin mode.

Conclusion

We have seen some useful windows command that comes in handy when working on a remote desktop or a server. These commands can be grouped together to perform a series of tasks sequentially to automate some of the redundant tasks. Windows command can be used to interact with the Network File System (NFS), remote desktop services, windows server, and external and internal peripherals.

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You also Should Need Windows & or Higher

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