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CMD commands for the Windows command prompt

at Starts commands and programs at a specific time. With the parameter / every: date [, ...] you can also set regular appointments. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP auditpol Displays current monitoring policies. 10/8/7 / Vista backup Creates backups of files. These can be restored with restore. (Has been replaced by msbackup.) DOS bcdboot Creates and repairs startup files. 10/8/7 bcdedit Lets users make changes to the startup configuration data store. (The command is a newer variant of bootcfg.) 10/8/7 / Vista bdehdcfg Prepares a hard drive for BitLocker Drive Encryption. 10/8/7 bootcfg Creates, edits or displays the contents of the boot.ini (it is still included in the CMD from Windows 7 onwards, but has lost its function because the boot.ini is no longer used for the start options. Instead, you should use bcdedit). 10/8/7 / Vista / XP bootsect Adjusts the master boot code so that it is compatible with the Windows Boot Manager or the NT Loader. (Can only be started via System Restore in Windows 7 and Vista.) 10/8/7 / Vista cacls Edits and displays the access control list. This defines access rights. (Is obsolete and will be replaced by icacls in newer Windows versions.) 10/8/7 / Vista / XP chkdsk Checks and repairs (with the / R parameter) a disk. every Win / DOS chkntfs Changes or displays the disk check at startup. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP cmdkey Can view (/ list), create (/ add) and delete (/ delete) credentials. 10/8/7 / Vista convert Converts partitions from FAT / FAT32 to NTFS. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP ctty Changes the standard input and output for the system. 98/95 / DOS dblspace Creates or configures compressed drives. (A newer version of the command is called drvspace.) 98/95 / DOS defrag Defragments all or only certain drives. To see progress, use / U. Use the parameter / V to display evaluation statistics after defragmentation. every Win / DOS diskpart Manages, creates and deletes partitions on the hard drives. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP diskperf Allows users to control the disk performance counter remotely. 10/8/7 / Vista diskraid Manages RAID systems. 10/8/7 / Vista dism Maintains Windows images and integrates them. 10/8/7 dispdiag Creates a file in the current directory in which you can find information about your display. 10/8/7 / Vista dosx Starts the DOS Protected Mode Interface, which allows MS-DOS programs to have more than 640 KB of RAM. Is only available to support older DOS programs. 32-bit driverquery Creates a list of all installed drivers. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP drvspace Creates or configures compressed drives. (An older version of the command is called dblspace.) 98/95 / DOS emm386 DOS makes more than 640 KB of RAM available. 98/95 / DOS esentutl Manages databases within the Extensible Storage Engine. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP eventcreate Creates an entry (ID and message) in an event log. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP eventtriggers Configures and displays event triggers. XP fdisk Creates, deletes and manages partitions on the hard drive. (Diskpart is used in newer versions of Windows.) 98/95 / DOS fltmc Allows users to manage and view filter drivers. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP fondue Installs additional Windows features. (The command is the abbreviation for the underlying tool: Features on Demand User Experience Tool.) 10/8 format Formats a drive on the file system specified by the user. every Win / DOS fsutil Has many functions that affect the file system - such as removing drives. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP hwrcomp Compiles self-created dictionaries for handwriting recognition. 10/8/7 hwrreg Installs a compiled handwriting recognition dictionary. 10/8/7 icacls Edits and displays the access control list. This defines access rights. (An obsolete version of this command is cacls.) 10/8/7 / Vista ktmutil Starts the Kernel Transaction Manager. 10/8/7 / Vista label Changes or deletes the name of a drive. every Win / DOS lh Loads a specific program into the high memory area (UMB) - has the same function as loadhigh. 98/95 / DOS licensingdiag Generates an XML and a CAB file containing information about the Windows product license. 10/8 loadfix Ensures that a program above the first 64K of memory is loaded and executed. 32-bit / DOS loadhigh Has the same function as lh. 98/95 / DOS lock Locks a drive so that only a program selected in advance by the user can access it directly. 98/95 lodctr Updates all registry entries related to performance counters. every win logman Creates and manages event trace sessions and performance logs. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP manage-bde Configures the drive encryption with BitLocker. Use -on to encrypt a drive. With -off you decrypt it again and thus also terminate the BitLocker protection. 10/8/7 mem Displays information about the main memory and signals which programs are currently loaded in it. 32-bit / DOS memmaker Optimizes the memory. 98/95 / DOS Fashion Configures system devices - especially on the COM or LPT port. every Win / DOS mofcomp Analyzes files in Managed Object Format (MOF) and adds the classes and instances to the WMI repository. every win mountvol Creates, deletes and displays mount points for drives. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP msav Starts Microsoft Antivirus. DOS msbackup Starts Microsoft Backup. (Replaces backup and restore.) DOS mscdex Loads the CD-ROM support for MS-DOS. 98/95 / DOS msd Starts the Microsoft Diagnostics program, which can be used to display system information. DOS msiexec Starts the Windows installer, with which you can install and configure Windows. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP muiunattend Starts an automated setup process for the Multilingual User Interface (MUI) 10/8/7 / Vista netcfg Installs the minimized Microsoft Windows PE operating system. 10/8/7 / Vista ocsetup Installs additional Windows functions. 8/7 / Vista pentnt Detects floating point division errors in Pentium chips, starts floating point emulation and deactivates floating point hardware. XP pkgmgr Installs, uninstalls, and configures packages and features for Windows. 10/8/7 / Vista pnpunattend Automates the installation of device drivers. 10 pnputil Installs plug-and-play devices from the command prompt. 10/8/7 / Vista power Uses the IDLE status of a processor to reduce energy consumption. 98/95 / DOS powercfg Allows the user to change the computer's power options and control power plans. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP pwlauncher Configures the startup options for Windows To Go, which allows Windows to boot from a USB stick. 10/8 qprocess Provides information on ongoing processes. 10/8/7 / Vista query Displays the status of a specific service. 10/8/7 / Vista quser Provides information about the currently logged in users. 10/8/7 / Vista reagentc Configures the Windows recovery environment, which can be used to repair the installation of the operating system. 10/8/7 recimg Creates a custom image of Windows to restore the system. 8 reg Manages the registry from the command prompt. Users can create new keys (reg add) and delete them (reg delete). 10/8/7 / Vista / XP regini Changes permissions for the registry. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP register-cimprovider Registers a common information model provider (CIM provider) in Windows. 10/8 regsvr32 Registers a DLL file in the registry. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP relog Creates new performance counter logs from data from existing logs. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP repair-bde Repairs and decrypts broken drives that have been encrypted with BitLocker. The files should be saved on a spare drive. 10/8/7 reset Resets a session. (Alternatively, the rwinsta command can also be used for this.) 10/8/7 / Vista / XP restore Restores backups created by the backup command (has been replaced by msbackup). DOS rwinsta Command has the same function as reset. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP sc Manages services by connecting the command to the service controller. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP scanreg Repairs the registry and allows it to be backed up. 98/95 sdbinst Applies custom database files (SDB). 10/8/7 / Vista / XP secedit Analyzes the settings for security by comparing the current configuration with templates. Settings can also be configured, imported and exported using this command. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP setver Specifies a version number of MS-DOS that is passed on to a program - even if it does not correspond to the actual version. 32-bit / DOS setx Creates or changes environment variables in the user or system environment. 10/8/7 / Vista sfc Checks all important and protected system files. Incorrect versions are replaced by correct ones. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP smartdrv Starts and manages the SMARTDrive hard disk cache program. 98/95 / DOS sys Copies MS-DOS system files and the command interpreter to another drive. This will then be able to start. 98/95 / DOS systeminfo Displays information about the Windows installation including all installed service packs. The information can relate to both the local system and the remote computer. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP tpmvscmgr Creates and deletes TPM virtual smart cards. These are virtual smart cards that are encrypted on the basis of the Trusted Platform Module. 10/8 tracerpt Processes logs or real-time data generated when tracing computer programs. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP typeperf Displays or writes performance counter data to a file. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP unformat Undoes formatting of a drive with the format command. DOS unlock Unlocks a drive that was locked with a lock. 98/95 unlodctr Clears both names and explanations for expandable performance counters in the Windows registry. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP vaultcmd Creates, deletes and displays saved credentials. 10/8/7 vol Displays the name and serial number of a drive. every Win / DOS vsafe Starts the VSafe antivirus software. DOS vssadmin Manages the volume shadow copy services, which can be used to save different versions (snapshots) of drives. 10/8/7 / Vista / XP wbadmin Creates backups of the operating system and provides information on the backup copies made. 10/8/7 / Vista wevtutil Manages event logs and event log files. 10/8/7 / Vista wer bin ich Provides information about the current user. The / GROUP parameter provides additional information on group membership. 10/8/7 / Vista winmgmt Manages WMI repositories. For example, backups (/ backup) are possible using the command. every win winsat Evaluates numerous factors of the system - such as the performance of the processor or the graphics capabilities.