Monday, May 5, 2014

Windows Command for Windows 8


There are mounts of commands under Windows, and this article aims at introducing some Windows commands most commonly and frequently used for Windows 8 which can help you quickly locate features or applications to customize operative system environment.

Command
Function
compmgmt.msc
Run Computer Management
devmgmt.msc
Run Device Manger
diskmgmt.msc
Run Disk Management
eventvwr.msc
Run Event Viewer
fsmgmt.msc
Run Shared Folders
gpedit.msc
Run Local Group Policy Editor
lusrmgr.msc
Run Local Users and Groups
perfmon.msc
Run Performance Monitor
rsop.msc
Run Resultant Set of Policy
secpol.msc
Run Local Security Policy
services.msc
Run Services
winver
Check your Windows version
dxdiag
Run DirectX Diagnostic Tool
msconfig.exe
Run System Configuration
cmd.exe
Run Command Prompt
chkdsk.exe
Check Disk
cleanmgr
Disk Cleanup to check free space on (C:)
iexpress
To create a self-extracting/ self-installing package
taskmgr
Run Windows Task Manger
nslookup
IP address detector to check IP address
regedit.exe
Run Registry Editor
utilman
Enter Ease of Access Center directly
powershell
Run Windows Powershell
Syskey
Run Securing the Windows Account Database
If the listed ones don’t come to the range you need, no worry, there are still other more useful commands you can find out. Welcome makes a supplementary to the list in the Comment section.