The list of Commands are,
The share command is used to install file locking and file sharing functions in MS-DOS.
The share command is not available in 64-bit versions of Windows 8. Share is only available in 32-bit versions of Windows 8 to support older MS-DOS files.
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 sxstrace command is used to start the WinSxs Tracing Utility, a programming diagnostic tool.
The systeminfo command is used to display basic Windows configuration information for the local or a remote computer.
The takeown command is used to regain access to a file that that an administrator was denied access to when reassigning ownership of the file.
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 telnet command is not available by default in Windows 8 but can be enabled by turning on the Telnet Client Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.
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 tftp command is not available by default in Windows 8 but can be enabled by turning on the TFTP Client Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.
The time command is used to show or change the current time.
The timeout command is typically used in a batch or script file to provide a specified timeout value during a procedure. The timeout command can also be used to ignore keypresses.
The title command is used to set the Command Prompt window title.
The tlntadmn command is used to administer a local or remote computer running Telnet Server.
The tlntadmn command is not available by default in Windows 8 but can be enabled by turning on the Telnet Server Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.
The tpmvscmgr command is used to create and destroy TPM virtual smart cards.
The tracerpt command is used to process event trace logs or real-time data from instrumented event trace providers.
The tracert command is used to show details about the path that a packet takes to a specified destination.
The tree command is used to graphically display the folder structure of a specified drive or path.
The tscon command is used to attach a user session to a Remote Desktop session.
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 tzutil command is used to display or configure the current system’s time zone. The tzutil command can also be used to enable or disable automatic Daylight Saving Time adjustments.
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