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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Windows Command Guide 2008

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Windows Command Guide 2011
Version 4.3 final (2016 updates)
(with Windows 7 and Server 2008 SP2)
Commands for Everyone

Last Updated: Dec 2015
New Commands in Windows 7:
Programs Commands

Connect to a Network Projector: netproj
Sync Center: mobsync
Resource Monitor: perfmon /res
Performance Monitor: perfmon.msc
Component Services: comexp.msc
Print Management: printmanagement.msc
Windows Memory Diagnostic: mdsched
Math Input Panel: mip
Tablet PC Input Panel: tabtip
Windows Journal: journal
Windows PowerShell ISE (Integrated Scripting Environment) : powershell_ise
Windows PowerShell V2: powershell
Create a System Repair Disc: recdisc
Windows Remote Assistance: msra
XPS Viewer: xpsrchvw
Desktop Gadget Gallery: sidebar /showgadgets
Windows Fax and Scan: wfs
Send feedback: control -name microsoft.feedbacktool
Sticky Notes: stikynot
Scan Management: scanmanagement.msc
Security Configuration Management: secpol.msc
Services For Network File System: nfsmgmt.msc

And many more commands in the pdf file. download the updated file.
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Copy and paste from Windows XP Pro’s command prompt straight to the Clipboard:

Anonymous said...

Command-line tools defined:

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