DOS command – Not used frequently


TREE – Representing the folder hierarchy

FIND – to find particular text in a given file

/N – Line number

/I – Case insensitive

Do google for FINDSTR – interesting one.

TASKLIST – Show all the active services

TASKKILL – Kill the particular one based on the PID (Process Id)

SYSTEMINFO – Various details about your m/c configuration

For security reason few field values are masked in above screen shot.

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2 comments on “DOS command – Not used frequently

  1. Raj says:

    FIND /N /C “MSH” *.txt -> This is to say find the word “MSH” in all txt file along with line number and the match-count in each file.

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