MS-DOS Commands List – Most Common – Used – Useful

 

Here are a few keyboard shortcuts for Windows:

 

1) Windows+L                                               = Locks the screen
2) Windows+Pause/Break                            = Open the system panel
3) FN+PrintScreen/SystemRequest            = Turns on/Off the wireless network adapter on some devices
4) Windows+R and then type “CMD” Run  = Opens the Windows “Run” box and then runs Command Prompt (CMD) (As User)
5) Windows+X and then press “C”              = Run s the Command Prompt in (Windows 10) (As User)
6) Windows+X and then press “A”              = Runs the Command Prompt (New in Windows 10) (As Administrator)
7) Alt+Enter                                                    = Allow you to toggle windowed and between full screen
8) Alt+F4                                                         = Close the Command Prompt

 

CTRL+SHIFT+DEL = Erase Your Internet Explorer History
CTRL+ALT+DEL = Multi Functional (Context Dependent)

CTRL+A = Select All
CTRL+C = Copy
CTRL+P = Print
CTRL+V = Paste
CTRL+X = Cut

 

 

You can copy and past the commends straight in to Command Prompt (CMD).

 

Displays drives / service using the network

Displays local user accounts on the device

Add a new user account with a password

Add a new user account without a password

Remove user account with or without a password

Raise use account to admin level

Remove a device from the domain (Unjoin a device from the domain)

Displays the internet configuration of your current TCP/IP network configuration values

Displays the internet configuration of all current TCP/IP network configuration values

Flushes the Domain Name System (DNS) resolver cache form the internet configuration

Allows you to perform an echo test to an IP address or domain name

Allows you to perform a a continues echo test to an IP address or domain name

Allows you to trace IP address or domain name via hops across the network back to source

Show MAC Address

Allows you to change directory by typing directory path after the cd

Allows you to go straight to the root directory without typing the file path

Clears the screen of current text

Updates the security policy’s of the local device and any Group Policy Object’s (GPO’s)

Updates the security policy’s of the local device and any Group Policy Object’s (GPO’s)

Displays the current time and allows you to change the current system time

Displays the current date and allows you to change the current system data
net use

net user (Or) net users

net user ACCOUNT_NAME_GOES_HERE "PASSWORD_GOES_HERE" /add

net user ACCOUNT_NAME_GOES_HERE "" /add

net user usernamehere /del

net localgroup administrators owner /add

netdom remove PC_NAME_GOES_HERE /DOMAIN:DOMAINNAME

ipconfig

ipconfig -all

ipconfig /flushdns

ping IP_ADDRESS_OR_DOMAIN_NAME_GOSE_HERE

ping IP_ADDRESS_OR_DOMAIN_NAME_GOSE_HERE -t

tracert IP_ADDRESS_OR_DOMAIN_NAME_GOSE_HERE

arp -a

cd

cd..

cls

gpupdtae

gpupdate /force

time

date

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