Summary of 9 Command Prompt Commands You Should Know!

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This video is a helpful guide for those who want to learn more about the Windows command prompt. It covers nine different commands, explaining what each one does and how it can be used. This information is valuable for anyone who wants to troubleshoot problems with their computer or manage their system more effectively.

  • 00:00:00 The nine commands covered in this video are useful for working with the Windows command prompt. Some commands, like "safer", encrypt and decrypt files and folders, while others, like "IPconfig", show detailed information about network adapters. Finally, "tray cert" shows every hop your connection makes to the final destination, potentially helpful in diagnosing network issues.
  • 00:05:00 These are 9 command prompt commands you should know, which can be Useful for diagnosing and fixing problems with your internet connection. The first command, "SFC space slash scan", checks for damage system files and attempts to repair them. If any errors are found, you should restart the computer. The second command, "Dism slash online slash cleanup", is also important, as it cleans up any errors that were found. The third command, "Check disk", is also common, and checks the integrity of a specific drive. The fourth and fifth commands, "SFC and Dism", are both important for repairing system files. The sixth command, "Check disk", is also important for detecting and repairing disk errors. The last two commands, "Restart computer and Check disk", are both important for ensuring that any repairs made by the previous commands are successful.
  • 00:10:00 This video introduces the nine command prompt commands that can be useful in managing your computer. The first command is "colon and then slash are the /r parameter tells the tool to check for both disk errors and bad sectors and try to repair them both." The second command is "task list will show a list of processes running on the computer just like what the task manager already does." The third command is "task manager can also be used to kill processes by hitting Enter." The fourth command is "the task kill command may work instead." The fifth command is "the slash T parameter also terminates any child processes started by the one you're terminating." The sixth command is "task manager should hopefully work if task manager fails." The seventh command is "up to number eight we got a couple more so now we come to the power CFG command or power config specifically we'll look at the slash energy and slash battery report parameters." The eighth command is "finally number nine we have another command which can generate a cool report this time about your Wi-Fi connection it's kind of long but it is net sh w LAN show W LAN report and the report file it creates which can be found in the directory listed will show all sorts of info for example info

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