Windows 8 Commands [Part 6]


This post is the sequel of the windows 8 Commands post. To view the first post, click here Windows8 Commands.

The list of Commands are,


The getmac command is used to display the media access control (MAC) address of all the network controllers on a system.


The goto command is used in a batch or script file to direct the command process to a labeled line in the script.


The gpresult command is used to display Group Policy settings.


The gpupdate command is used to update Group Policy settings.


The graftabl command is used to enable the ability of Windows to display an extended character set in graphics mode.

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


The graphics command is used to load a program that can print graphics.

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


The help command provides more detailed information on other Command Prompt commands.


The hostname command displays the name of the current host.


The hwrcomp command is used to compile custom dictionaries for handwriting recognition.


The hwrreg command is used to install a previously compiled custom dictionary for handwriting recognition.


The icacls command is used to display or change access control lists of files. The icacls command is an updated version of the cacls command.


The if command is used to perform conditional functions in a batch file.


The ipconfig command is used to display detailed IP information for each network adapter utilizing TCP/IP. The ipconfig command can also be used to release and renew IP addresses on systems configured to receive them via a DHCP server.


The irftp command is used to transmit files over an infrared link.


The iscsicli command starts the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, used to manage iSCSI.


The kb16 command is used to support MS-DOS files that need to configure a keyboard for a specific language.

The kb16 command is not available in 64-bit versions of Windows 8.


The klist command is used to list Kerberos service tickets. The klist command can also be used to purge Kerberos tickets.


The ksetup command is used to configure connections to a Kerberos server.


The ktmutil command starts the Kernel Transaction Manager utility.

Source: Microsoft & Wikipedia

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