Windows Commands

Windows Commands refer to the commands that can be executed in the Command Prompt (CMD) or Windows PowerShell on the Windows operating system. These commands allow users to perform various tasks, from file management to network diagnostics. Some common Windows commands include:

  1. dir: Lists files and directories in the current directory.
  2. cd: Changes the current directory.
  3. ipconfig: Displays the IP configuration of the current machine.
  4. ping: Sends a network request to a specific IP or domain to check connectivity.
  5. copy: Copies files from one location to another.
  6. del: Deletes files.
  7. mkdir: Creates a new directory.
  8. rmdir: Removes a directory.

Windows commands can be executed by typing them into the Command Prompt or PowerShell and pressing the Enter key. Many commands also support various options and arguments to customize their behavior.

Guide to Windows CMD commands

In this guide, we will explore the most useful and important CMD commands that every Windows user should know. It doesn’t matter if you are a computer expert or a beginner venturing into the world of the command line for the first time.