Command Prompt is the command-line which enables users to execute different programs and commands. Microsoft is slowly removing command prompt support from all its major Windows platforms. PowerShell is the alternative to Command Prompt which supports almost all the commands of DOS and much more. Some users still want to run Command Prompt instead of […]
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Windows Operating System is equipped with many addons and components which may extend the functionality of Windows without using any third party software. Some of these components are enabled or installed by default. But all features need not to be enabled because it will slow down the performance of your computer. Moreover all users do […]
Recently we discussed about stopping a specific update from installing in Windows 10. In this post, we will run Windows Update through command line. This is just a quick post on how to run Windows Update using command line tools in Windows. Sometimes it becomes important to run Windows Update from command prompt and install […]
There were times when we used to test network connectivity of a specific port of the router using telnet command. Telnet used to come pre-installed in Windows but not in Windows 10. We explore different possibilities to check if a remote network port is open using command line options in Windows 10. Windows 10 does […]
Grep is a command-line option used to find a specific string from inside a file or multiple files or from an output of a command but it can be used only in Linux. For Windows, the grep alternative is findstr.
We can easily check the details of RAM in Windows 10 using the Task Manager. The performance tab of task manager shows a majority of memory details including the total amount of RAM, how much is in use, committed/cached and paged/non-paged amount of RAM, RAM speed and frequency, form factor, hardware reserved and even how […]
See and save preview of latest commands entered in the command prompt. View command prompt history using these 3 ways.