Alright, let’s assume your PC can’t boot and you can only boot into the command prompt – how would you open a txt or log file using the command prompt?
Did you accidentally break your Windows 7 PC by applying an unsupported 3rd-party theme? If so, don’t worry you can easily change / apply Windows 7 themes from a command prompt.
If you have stored a lot of files in various subdirectories and you don’t have time to move them up manually which could take hours, you can use this command prompt trick to copy all files to a new folder and save a lot of time
If you want to copy command line output to the Windows clipboard directly, read this quick productivity tip
If you want to add the option “open command prompt here” to your context menu in Windows 7, you’ll have to modify your registry or press the shift key while right-clicking the folder. I prefer the first solution, download the registry hack here!
Do you know how to open an elevated command prompt in Windows 7? If you don’t, then read on to find out what an elevated command prompt is.
Ok, sometimes you run some commands via the command prompt and want to show your friends how it’s done, but how would you copy text from the command prompt? It’s pretty easy, so let’s start to copy stuff!
This is a tutorial for absolute beginners, who don’t know how to open the command prompt in Windows 7. Because you have to know this in order to follow the instructions of the many tutorials on this site, I thought it would be worth it to make this a step-by-step guide.