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Here’s The List of All 150+ CMD Commands For Your Windows

To Open CMD, you need to search for CMD in the Search box or you can simply press Windows Key + R that will eventually open the Run window, where you need to type CMD and hit enter.

    1. Accessibility Controls – access.cpl
    2. Accessibility Wizard – accwiz
    3. Add Hardware Wizard – hdwwiz.cpl
    4. Add/Remove Programs – appwiz.cpl
    5. Administrative Tools – control admintools
    6. Automatic Updates – wuaucpl.cpl
    7. Bluetooth Transfer Wizard – fsquirt
    8. Calculator – calc
    9. Certificate Manager – certmgr.msc
    10. Character Map – charmap
    11. Check Disk Utility – chkdsk
    12. Clipboard Viewer – clipbrd
    13. Command Prompt – cmd
    14. Component Services – dcomcnfg
    15. Computer Management – compmgmt.msc
    16. Control Panel – control
    17. Date and Time Properties – timedate.cpl
    18. DDE Shares – ddeshare
    19. Device Manager – devmgmt.msc
    20. Direct X Troubleshooter – dxdiag
    21. Disk Cleanup Utility – cleanmgr
    22. Disk Defragment – dfrg.msc
    23. Disk Management – diskmgmt.msc
    24. Disk Partition Manager – diskpart
    25. Display Properties – control desktop
    26. Display Properties – desk.cpl
    27. Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility – drwtsn32
    28. Driver Verifier Utility – verifier
    29. Event Viewer – eventvwr.msc
    30. Files and Settings Transfer Tool – migwiz
    31. File Signature Verification Tool – sigverif
    32. Findfast – findfast.cpl
    33. Firefox – firefox
    34. Folders Properties – control folders
    35. Fonts – control fonts
    36. Fonts Folder – fonts
    37. Free Cell Card Game – freecell
    38. Game Controllers – joy.cpl
    39. Group Policy Editor (for xp professional) – gpedit.msc
    40. Hearts Card Game – mshearts
    41. Help and Support – helpctr
    42. HyperTerminal – hypertrm
    43. Iexpress Wizard – iexpress
    44. Indexing Service – ciadv.msc
    45. Internet Connection Wizard – icwconn1
    46. Internet Explorer – iexplore
    47. Internet Properties – inetcpl.cpl
    48. Keyboard Properties – control keyboard
    49. Local Security Settings – secpol.msc
    50. Local Users and Groups – lusrmgr.msc
    51. Logs You Out Of Windows – logoff
    52. Malicious Software Removal Tool – mrt
    53. Microsoft Chat – winchat
    54. Microsoft Movie Maker – moviemk
    55. Microsoft Paint – mspaint
    56. Microsoft Syncronization Tool – mobsync
    57. Minesweeper Game – winmine
    58. Mouse Properties – control mouse
    59. Mouse Properties – main.cpl
    60. Netmeeting – conf
    61. Network Connections – control netconnections
    62. Network Connections – ncpa.cpl
    63. Network Setup Wizard – netsetup.cpl
    64. Notepad – notepad
    65. Object Packager – packager
    66. ODBC Data Source Administrator – odbccp32.cpl
    67. On Screen Keyboard – osk
    68. Outlook Express – msimn
    69. Paint – pbrush
    70. Password Properties – password.cpl
    71. Performance Monitor – perfmon.msc
    72. Performance Monitor – perfmon
    73. Phone and Modem Options – telephon.cpl
    74. Phone Dialer – dialer
    75. Pinball Game – pinball
    76. Power Configuration – powercfg.cpl
    77. Printers and Faxes – control printers
    78. Printers Folder – printers
    79. Regional Settings – intl.cpl
    80. Registry Editor – regedit
    81. Registry Editor – regedit32
    82. Remote Access Phonebook – rasphone
    83. Remote Desktop – mstsc
    84. Removable Storage – ntmsmgr.msc
    85. Removable Storage Operator Requests – ntmsoprq.msc
    86. Resultant Set of Policy (for xp professional) – rsop.msc
    87. Scanners and Cameras – sticpl.cpl
    88. Scheduled Tasks – control schedtasks
    89. Security Center – wscui.cpl
    90. Services – services.msc
    91. Shared Folders – fsmgmt.msc
    92. Shuts Down Windows – shutdown
    93. Sounds and Audio – mmsys.cpl
    94. Spider Solitare Card Game – spider
    95. SQL Client Configuration – cliconfg
    96. System Configuration Editor – sysedit
    97. System Configuration Utility – msconfig
    98. System Information – msinfo32
    99. System Properties – sysdm.cpl
    100. Task Manager – taskmgr
    101. TCP Tester – tcptest
    102. Telnet Client – telnet
    103. User Account Management – nusrmgr.cpl
    104. Utility Manager – utilman
    105. Windows Address Book – wab
    106. Windows Address Book Import Utility – wabmig
    107. Windows Explorer – explorer.
    108. Managing the Boot Configuration Data – bcdedit
    109. Editing Boot Settings – bootcfg
    110. Encrypting or Decrypting Files/folders – cipher
    111. Clearing the screen – cls
    112. Managing stored usernames/passwords – cmdkey
    113. Changing CMD Color – color
    114. Compressing one or more files – compress
    115. Converting FAT drives to NTFS – convert
    116. Delete files – del
    117. Deleting User Profiles – delprof
    118. Displaying the list of files and folders – dir
    119. Displaying Message On Screen – echo
    120. Deleting one or more files – erase
    121. Opening the windows Explorer – explorer
    122. Formatting a disk – format
    123. Knowing file extension – ftype
    124. Displaying the Mac Address – getmac
    125. Online help – help
    126. Displaying the host name – hostname
    127. Editing disc label – label
    128. Log a user off – logoff
    129. Get a log time in a file – logtime
    130. Creating .cab files – makecab
    131. Creating new folders- md
    132. Opening Windows Installer – msiexec
    133. Managing the network resources – net
    134. Knowing the permissions for a user – perms
    135. Testing a network connecting – ping
    136. Printing a text file – print
    137. Shutdown computer – psshutdown
    138. Checking free disk space – freedisk
    139. Know the file and volume utilities – fsutil
    140. File transfer protocl – ftp
    141. Showing the space used in folders – diskuse
    142. Deleting a folder and all subfolders – deltree
    143. Importing or Exporting Active directory data – csvde
    144. Displaying the resultant set of Policy information – gpresult
    145. Updating the Group policy settings – gpupdate
    146. Replacing the files that are currently in use by the os – inuse
    147. Comparing two files – fc
    148. Finding a text string in a file – find
    149. Finding for a strings in file – findstr
    150. Displaying the memory usage – mem
    151. Remote desktop protocol – mstsc
    152. Managing the domain – netdom

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