Tag: command-line

Uninstall a Program on Windows Using Command Prompt

Here is how you can Uninstall a Program on Windows Using the Command Prompt Here at ExeFiles, we are big fans of everything that can be done with a few lines of text i.e. through a Command Line Interface. Over the years, we have covered numerous guides on how you can streamline your complete workflow… Read more »

Change File Attributes Using Command Line

Here is how you can Change a File Attribute in Windows Using Command Line A file system is a core part of every operating system today. While most modern file systems come equipped with basic features like copying or moving files, storing file sizes, supporting mounting drives, etc. there are still some fundamental differences in… Read more »

Using ASSOC Command to Modify File Extension

Here is how you can use ASSOC Command to Modify a File Extension A file system is a core part of every operating system today. While most modern file systems come equipped with basic features like copying or moving files, storing file sizes, supporting mounting drives, etc. there are still some fundamental differences in the… Read more »

Running CHKDSK On Windows To Fix Hard Drive Errors

Here is how you can run CHKDSK to check your Hard Drive for errors In the age of smartphones and tablets, most of our devices have moved on to Flash Storage or SSDs (Solid State Drives). This shift not only provide for blistering speeds but is also much more reliable than the previous format –… Read more »

Compare Multiple Files in Windows

Here is how you can compare multiple files in Windows to see their Differences using Command Prompt One of the advantages of having a PC is the ability to have a ton of first-party as well as third-party utilities that can integrate directly with your operator system. Moreover, you can also design your own little… Read more »

Batch Install Softwares Using Winget and Scripts

Here is how you can Batch Install Multiple Softwares Using Winget and Batch Scripts Microsoft has its very own Windows Store based on the same idea – a central hub for all your Windows applications. It was introduced in 2012 and has improved considerably, now also being the source of updates for many Windows applications.… Read more »

Use Winget to Install Softwares

Here is how you can use Microsoft’s new Package Manager ‘Winget’ to install Software in Windows Microsoft has its very own Windows Store based on the same idea – a central hub for all your Windows applications. It was introduced in 2012 and has improved considerably, now also being the source of updates for many… Read more »

Get Command Prompt Output in Text File or Clipboard

Here is how you can Export Command Prompt output in a Text File or Paste it to the Clipboard Microsoft’s Windows uses a pretty intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI), based on a concept where each application operates within the confines of a window, which can be minimized, maximized, or resized, making it perfect for multitasking.… Read more »

How-To Clear Clipboard in Windows

Here are multiple ways you can clear the Clipboard in Windows The keyboard is primarily designed to allow a user to enter input in the form of alphabets or special characters, however, it also allows a user to have and use multiple keyboard shortcuts to move around content or windows on the screen or perform… Read more »

How-To Get the New Windows Terminal

Here is how you can get Microsoft’s new Windows Terminal on your PC Right Now Over the years, Microsoft has made incremental but very slight changes to the primary command-line terminal in Windows, the Command Prompt. Initially developed for Windows NT, the Command Prompt or cmd.exe has been around for a very long time and has been the favorite command-line interface… Read more »