Cmd Commands You Should Try

shutdown /? - Help about shutdown options .

shutdown /p - Turn off your pc.

shutdown /r - Restart your pc.

shutdown /h - Hibernate your pc.

cls - Clear your cmd screen.

start - Starts a separate window to run a specified program or open web links.

ipconfig - Displays all current TCP/IP network configuration values and refreshes DHCP and DNS settings.

arp -a - Displays current ARP entries by interrogating the current protocol data.

dir - List all files and directories in the current working directory.

mkdir - Create directory -> mkdir (name your directory here).

cd - Change directory -> cd (directory name).

rd - Remove a directory -> rd (directory name).

del - Delete a file -> del (file name).

rename - Rename a file or a folder -> rename (old name) (new name).

del /q /f /s %temp%\* - Delete temp files and clear space on your drive.

copy - Copie one or more files to another location.

Atrrib +h +s +r - Hide directory -> Atrrib +h +s +r (directory name).

driverquery /FO list /v - List every driver installed on your pc.

time - Display or set the system time.

date - Display or set the system date.

print - Print a text file.

cmd - Start a new instance of the Windows command interpreter.

vol - Display a disk volume label and serial number.

ver - Display the Windows version.

help - Get help with cmd commands.

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