Tag: powershell

How to Open New Tabs in Command Prompt

Windows has come a long way since its inception. From a text-only environment where you could only communicate with your computer through pre-determined commands to a rich, Graphical User Interface that is based on a multi-window concept, the desktop of today is a much different beast than it used to be, back in the day.… 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 »

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 »

Open PowerShell or CommandPrompt from inside a Folder

Here is how you can open PowerShell or Windows Command Prompt from inside a Folder The Windows GUI may be intuitive and useful for the general user, allowing them to easily perform a task through the traditional click-and-point, window-ed graphical interface, but it also limits things for pro users, reducing the speed and efficiency with… 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 »