Windows 8 Commands [Part 7]

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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,

Label

The label command is used to manage the volume label of a disk.

Licensingdiag

The licensingdiag command is a tool used to generate a text-based log and other data files that contain product activation and other Windows licensing information.

Loadfix

The loadfix command is used to load the specified program in the first 64K of memory and then runs the program.

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

Lodctr

The lodctr command is used to update registry values related to performance counters.

Logman

The logman command is used to create and manage Event Trace Session and Performance logs. The logman command also supports many functions of Performance Monitor.

Logoff

The logoff command is used to terminate a session.

Lpq

The lpq command displays the status of a print queue on a computer running Line Printer Daemon (LPD).

The lpq command is not available by default in Windows 8 but can be enabled by turning on the LPD Print Service and LPR Port Monitor features from Programs and Features in Control Panel.

Lpr

The lpr command is used to send a file to a computer running Line Printer Daemon (LPD).

The lpr command is not available by default in Windows 8 but can be enabled by turning on the LPD Print Service and LPR Port Monitor features from Programs and Features in Control Panel.

Makecab

The makecab command is used to losslessly compress one or more files. The makecab command is sometimes called Cabinet Maker.

Manage-bde

The manage-bde command is used to configure BitLocker Drive Encryption from the command line.

Md

The md command is the shorthand version of the mkdir command.

Mem

The mem command shows information about used and free memory areas and programs that are currently loaded into memory in the MS-DOS subsystem.

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

Mkdir

The mkdir command is used to create a new folder.

Mklink

The mklink command is used to create a symbolic link.

Mode

The mode command is used to configure system devices, most often COM and LPT ports.

More

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.

Mountvol

The mountvol command is used to display, create, or remove volume mount points.

Move

The move command is used to move one or files from one folder to another. The move command is also used to rename directories.

Mrinfo

The mrinfo command is used to provide information about a router’s interfaces and neighbors.

Msg

The msg command is used to send a message to a user.

Msiexec

The msiexec command is used to start Windows Installer, a tool used to install and configure software.

Muiunattend

The muiunattend command starts the Multilanguage User Interface unattended setup process.

 

Source: Microsoft & Wikipedia

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