Windows 8 Commands [Part 3]

         This post is the sequel of the windows 8 Commands post. To view the previous post, click here Windows8 Commands.
            The list of Commands are,Chkntfs

The chkntfs command is used to configure or display the checking of the disk drive during the Windows boot process.


The choice command is used within a script or batch program to provide a list of choices and return of the value of that choice to the program.


The cipher command shows or changes the encryption status of files and folders on NTFS partitions.


The clip command is used to redirect the output from any command to the clipboard in Windows.


The cls command clears the screen of all previously entered commands and other text.


The cmd command starts a new instance of the command interpreter.


The cmdkey command is used to show, create, and remove stored user names and passwords.


The cmstp command installs or uninstalls a Connection Manager service profile.


The color command is used to change the colors of the text and background within the Command Prompt window.


The command command starts a new instance of the command interpreter.

The command command is not available in 64-bit versions of Windows 8.


The comp command is used to compare the contents of two files or sets of files.


The compact command is used to show or change the compression state of files and directories on NTFS partitions.


The convert command is used to convert FAT or FAT32 formatted volumes to the NTFS format.


The copy command does simply that – it copies one or more files from one location to another.


The cscript command is used to execute scripts via Microsoft Script Host.

The cscript command is most commonly used to manage printing from the command line with scripts like prncnfg.vbs, prndrvr.vbs, prnmngr.vbs, and others.

Source: Wikipedia

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