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Dos commands 2

The mem command shows information about used and free memory areas and programs that are currently loaded into memory in the MS-DOS subsystem.
Mkdir (Md)
The mkdir command is used to create a new folder.
The mmc command can be used to open Microsoft Management Console in author mode or to a specific snap-in console, all from the Command Prompt.
The mode command is used to configure system devices, most often COM and LPT ports.
The more command is used to display the information contained in a text file. The more command can also be used to paginate the results of any other Command Prompt command.
The mountvol command is used to display, create, or remove volume mount points.
The move command is used to move one or files from one folder to another. The move command is also used to rename directories.
The msg command is used to send a message to a user.
The msiexec command is used to start Windows Installer, a tool used to install and configure software.
The mstsc command starts the Remote Desktop Connection tool from the Command Prompt.
The nbtstat command is used to show TCP/IP information and other statistical information about a remote computer.
The net command is used to display, configure, and correct a wide variety of network settings.

The nlsfunc command is used to load information specific to a particular country or region.
The nslookup is most commonly used to display the hostname of an entered IP address. The nslookup command queries your configured DNS server to discover the IP address.
The ntbackup command is used to perform various backup functions from the Command Prompt or from within a batch or script file.
The ntsd command is used to perform certain command line debugging tasks.
The openfiles command is used to display and disconnect open files and folders on a system.
The pagefileconfig command is used to display or configure a local or remote computer’s paging file.
The path command is used to display or set a specific path available to executable files.
The pathping command functions much like the tracert command but will also report information about network latency and loss at each hop.
The pause command is used within a batch or script file to pause the processing of the file. When the pause command is used, a Press any key to continue… message displays in the command window.
The pentnt command is used to detect floating point division errors in the Intel Pentium chip. The pentnt command is also used to enable floating point emulation and disable floating point hardware.
The ping command sends an Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Request message to a specified remote computer to verify IP-level connectivity.
The popd command is used to change the current directory to the one most recently stored by the pushd command. The popd command is most often utilized from within a batch or script file.
The print command is used to print a specified text file to a specified printing device..
The prncnfg command is used to display information about or to configure a specified printer.
The prndrvr command is used to add, remove, or list printer drivers from local or remote print servers.
The prnjobs command is used to list, pause, cancel and resume print jobs.
The prnmngr command is used to list, add, and remove printers or printer connections. The prnmngr command can also be used to display and set the default printer.
The prnport command is used to list, create, and remove standard TCP/IP printer ports. The prnport command can also be used to display and change port configurations.
The prnqctl command can be used to clear a print queue, print a test page, and to pause or resume a printer.
The prompt command is used to customize the appearance of the prompt text in Command Prompt.
The pushd command is used to store a directory for use, most commonly from within a batch or script program.
The qappsrv command is used to display all Remote Desktop Session Host servers available on the network.
The qprocess command is used to display information about running processes.
The qwinsta command is used to display information about open Remote Desktop Sessions.
The rasdial command is used to start or end a network connection for a Microsoft client.
The rcp command is used to copy files between a Windows computer and a system running rshd, a daemon typically used in UNIX systems.
The recover command is used to recover readable data from a bad or defective disk.
The reg command is used to manage the Windows Registry from the command line. The reg command can perform common registry functions like adding registry keys, exporting the registry, etc.
The regsvr32 command is used to register a DLL file as a command component in the Windows Registry.
The relog command is used to create new performance logs from data in existing performance logs.
The rem command is used to record comments or remarks in a batch or script file.
Rename (Ren)
The rename command is used to change the name of the individual file that you specify.
The replace command is used to replace one or more files with one or more other files.
Reset Session (Rwinsta)
The reset session command is used to reset the session subsystem software and hardware to known initial values.
The rexec command is used to run commands on remote computers running the rexec daemon.
Rmdir (Rd)
The rmdir command is used to delete an existing and completely empty folder.
The route command is used to manipulate network routing tables.
The rsh command is used to run commands on remote computers running the rsh daemon.
The rsm command is used to manage media resources using Removable Storage.
The runas command is used to execute a program using another user’s credentials.
The sc command is used to configure information about services. The sc command communicates with the Service Control Manager.
The schtasks command is used to schedule specified programs or commands to run a certain times. The schtasks command can be used to create, delete, query, change, run, and end scheduled tasks.
The secedit command is used to configure and analyze system security by comparing the current security configuration to a template.
The set command is used to enable or disable certain options in Command Prompt.
The setlocal command is used to start the localization of environment changes inside a batch or script file.
The setver command is used to set the MS-DOS version number that MS-DOS reports to a program.
The sfc command is used to verify and replace important Windows system files. The sfc command is also referred to as System File Checker and Windows Resource Checker.
The shadow command Is used to monitor another Remote Desktop Services session.
The share command is used to install file locking and file sharing functions in MS-DOS.
The shift command is used to change the position of replaceable parameters in a batch or script file.
The shutdown command can be used to shut down, restart, or log off the current system or a remote computer.
The sort command is used to read data from a specified input, sort that data, and return the results of that sort to the Command Prompt screen, a file, or another output device.
The start command is used to open a new command line window to run a specified program or command. The start command can also be used to start an application without creating a new window.
The subst command is used to associate a local path with a drive letter. The subst command is a lot like the net use command except a local path is used instead of a shared network path.
The systeminfo command is used to display basic Windows configuration information for the local or a remote computer.
The taskkill command is used to terminate a running task. The taskkill command is the command line equivalent of ending a process in Task Manager in Windows.

Displays a list of applications, services, and the Process ID (PID) currently running on either a local or a remote computer.
The tcmsetup command is used to setup or disable the Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) client.
The telnet command is used to communicate with remote computers that use the Telnet protocol.
The tftp command is used to transfer files to and from a remote computer that’s running the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) service or daemon.
The time command is used to show or change the current time.
The title command is used to set the Command Prompt window title.
The tracerpt command is used to process event trace logs or real-time data from instrumented event trace providers.
The tracert command sends Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) Echo Request messages to a specified remote computer with increasing Time to Live (TTL) field values and displays the IP address and hostname, if available, of the router interfaces between the source and destination.
The tree command is used to graphically display the folder structure of a specified drive or path.
The tsdiscon command is used to disconnect a Remote Desktop session.
The tskill command is used to end the specified process.
The type command is used to display the information contained in a text file.
The typerperf command displays performance data in the Command Prompt window or writes the data to specified log file.
The unlodctr command removes Explain text and Performance counter names for a service or device driver from the Windows Registry.
The ver command is used to display the current Windows version.
The verify command is used to enable or disable the ability of Command Prompt to verify that files are written correctly to a disk.
The vol command shows the volume label and serial number of a specified disk, assuming this information exists.
The vssadmin command starts the Volume Shadow Copy Service administrative command line tool which displays current volume shadow copy backups and all installed shadow copy writers and providers.
The w32tm command is used to diagnose issues with Windows Time.

The wmic command starts the Windows Management Instrumentation Command line (WMIC), a scripting interface that simplifies the use of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and systems managed via WMI.
The xcopy command can copy one or more files or directory trees from one location to another.

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