Windows 10 Command Prompt Shortcut Keys Download PDF

Windows 10 Command Prompt

Windows 10 Command Prompt Shortcut Keys

Command prompt, additionally called cmd.exe or cmd (after its executable document name), is the command-line interpreter on windows NT, home windows CE, OS/2 and eComStation operating systems. it is the counterpart of COMMAND.COM in DOS and windows 9x structures (wherein it’s also known as “MS-DOS activate”), and analogous to the Unix shells used on Unix-like systems. The initial model of Command spark off for home windows NT become developed by means of Therese Stowell.

Win+R, then type ‘cmd’ – Run Windows Command Promt
Win+X, then C – Start Command Prompt via Power User Commands
Win+X, then A – Start Command Prompt as Administrator via Power User Commands type ‘exit’ – Exit Command Prompt
Alt+Enter – Switch to full-screen mode. Press again to exit full-screen mode

Ctrl+A – Select all text in line (press again to select all text in CMD including complete screen buffer)
Shift+Arrow Left / Arrow Right – Extend selection by on character to the left / to the right
Shift+Control+Arrow Left /Arrow Right – Extend selection by on word to the left / to the right
Shift+Arrow Up /Shift+Arrow Down – Extend selection by one line down / one line up
Shift+Home – Extend selection to beginning of command. Press again to include the path (e.g. C:\Windows) into selection
Shift+End – Extend selection to the end of the current line
Ctrl+Shift+Home / End – Extend selection to the beginning/ to the end of screen buffer
Shift+Page Up / Shift+{Page Down – Extend selection one page up one page down

Home / End – Jump to beginning, jump to end of the line
Ctrl+Arrow Left / Arrow Right – Jump to next / jump to previous Word Ctrl+Arrow Up / Arrow Down – Scroll screen up / Scroll screen down

Ctrl+Backspace – Delete word left to the Cursor
F2, then a…z – From current cursor position , delete up to letter selected Tab – Autocomplete Folder Name
Escape – Clear current line
Ins – Toggle Insert Mode
Ctrl+End – Delete from cursor position to end of line
Ctrl+Home – Delete from cursor position to beginning of line
Ctrl+Z – Signal end of Line; text afterwards will be ignored

Arrow Up / Arrow Down – Scroll through previously used commands
Arrow Right (or F1) – Type previous command character by character. Press and hold works too.
F2, then a…z – Re-type previous command up to letter selected
F3 – Repeat previous Command
F7 – Show history of prevoius commands
Alt+{F7 – Clear Command History
F8 – Move backwards in command history for commands matching current command

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