Windows CMD To advance your IT skills, learn Windows CMD in both theoretical and practical approaches.
You may learn everything you need to know about the Windows CMD in this course.
To interact with operating systems and access files, folders, and programs, we need the mouse and keyboard. However, this is only one method of computer communication available to humans, and it is restricted in what it can achieve. For IT experts, it is preferable to use more sophisticated tools, such as the CLI interface, which is an example of which is the Windows Command Prompt, also known as CMD.
Windows CMD for Absolute Beginners
CMD has no restrictions, can only be used with a keyboard, and is far faster than a mouse. Therefore, for this course, we’ll start at the very beginning by learning about the Windows Command Line (CMD) and batch scripting.
The official CMD Commands from A to Z letters list is included in practical lessons so you can download it and lookup for any command to gather information about its description, Syntax, Parameters, and examples. Everything about CMD in this course is explained in an academic way to make it easy for you to understand.
A collection or list of commands that are executed sequentially, frequently without human input or interaction, is known as a batch file or batch script. A batch file is kept as a file with a.bat file extension on a computer running a Microsoft operating system, such as Windows. Using this file, you can automate one action or a group of related actions by running CMD instructions sequentially after one another.
Batch scripts are kept in plain text files with lines of commands that are performed one after the other in order. Using scripting, one can eliminate this need by automating these command sequences to make life easier in the workplace.
Shell feel more at ease and work harder. The fundamental capabilities of Batch Script are covered in this lesson along with useful examples for simple comprehension.
What you’ll discover
- Learn about the various types of user interfaces (UI) with examples
- Understanding the distinctions between GUI and CLI through examples
- Discover the true meaning of CMD and how to use it in 4 distinct ways.
- Commands from within versus outside
- Find out how to obtain the CMD A to Z Commands’ official pdf.
- CMD Administrator versus CMD
- Change the CMD’s Color Your favorite color’s window
- Use CMD to navigate Windows and to create files and folders rather than the mouse
- Learn the fundamental networking commands to fix connection issues.
- Recognize batch files and discover how to create one using examples
Exist any prerequisites or course requirements?
Windows operating systems from Windows XP through Windows 11 and Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2022 are all supported.
Who should take this course:
This course is for people who desire more control over their computers and the ability to perform tasks that are not possible using the graphical user interface but are possible using the command line interface, which has no restrictions and allows users to connect directly to the operating system.
In order to construct apps utilizing batch scripting, students are required to understand CMD.