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What is a Command? (Command Definition & Examples) - PC Support
A command is a very specific instruction to a computer to perform some kind of action. In Windows, commands are usually entered via Command Prompt.
Command Line Reference: Command Prompt & DOS Commands
The Command Prompt in Windows is a powerful troubleshooting and administration tool but there are hundreds of commands with many different options.In the ...
Windows Vista Command Prompt Commands (Part 2) - PC Support
Part 2 of a complete list of Windows Vista command line commands, commonly referred to as DOS commands and CMD commands.
List of Windows XP Command Line Commands (Part 2) - PC Support
Part 2 of a complete list of Windows XP command line commands, commonly referred to as DOS commands or CMD commands.
List of Windows XP Command Line Commands - PC Support
Almost 180 Windows XP commands are available in the Command Prompt. See a complete list of Windows XP commands, commonly referred to as CMD or ...
List of Windows 7 Command Prompt Commands - PC Support
The Command Prompt in Windows 7 provides access to over 230 command line commands! The commands available in Windows 7 are used to automate ...
List of Windows 8 Command Prompt Commands - PC Support
A complete list of Command Prompt commands in Windows 8. Around 230 CMD commands exist in Windows 8, often incorrectly referred to as DOS commands.
Complete List of DOS Commands (MS-DOS Commands) - PC Support
There are nearly 100 DOS commands available in MS-DOS. See a complete list of MS-DOS commands, commonly referred to as DOS commands.
Command Prompt Commands: A Complete List (CMD Commands)
A complete list of the over 280 Command Prompt commands across Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP, including full descriptions of each CMD command.
Command Availability Across Microsoft Operating Systems
A command available in one Microsoft operating system isn't necessarily available in another. Microsoft frequently adds and removes commands from one ...