How To Scan Disk In Windows?

How To Scan Disk In Windows?

Hard disk is an important part of the computers where all files are stored inside them. The hard disk is used and managed by operating systems file systems and over time the disk may become slow as single file data is stored in different locations of the disk as multipart. Windows operating systems provide the … Read more

Get Serial Number via CMD (Command Line Interface) In Windows

Get Serial Number via CMD (Command Line Interface) In Windows

Serial Numbers are used to identify the computers, hardware, or similar devices uniquely. Every computer has a unique serial number which is used to identify computers. Serial numbers can be learned in different ways like reading the label under the computer or looking at the BIOS serial number screen. There is also an alternative way … Read more

Windows “rmdir” Recursively

Windows "rmdir" Recursively

Windows operating systems provide the rmdir command in order to delete directories or folders. By default, the rmdir command deletes empty directories or folders. The rmdir command can also delete files and directories recursively. In this tutorial, we examine different ways to delete or remove directories recursively. rmdir Recusrively The rmdir command has the /s … Read more

How To Run PowerShell As Administrator?

How To Run PowerShell As Administrator?

PowerShell is the latest command-line interface for the Windows operating systems. PowerShell is the successor to the MS-DOS which provides the ability to run different commands as regular users or administrators. The PowerShell is opened by default with the current user permissions. If the current user is a regular user the PowerShell is opened with … Read more

How to Use the Equivalent of the “ls” Command in Windows?

Equivalent of the "ls" Command in Windows

Linux users are very familiar with the ls command which is used to list files and folders. When migrating to Windows or using Windows they really question the “ls” command equivalent in Windows operating system. Windows operating systems provide alternatives via the MS-DOS and PowerShell command prompts. Linux “ls” Command The Linux provides “ls” command … Read more

How To Use Sysprep To Create Deployment In Windows?

How To Use Sysprep To Create Deployment In Windows?

The sysprep is a tool used to create system deployments in order to make deployments automatically in Windows operating systems. The sysprep is a very popular tool amongst the Windows system administrators and very easy to use. Simply the sysprep creates a template for system build and this is customized according to the needs of … Read more

Kill Process via Command Line (CMD) In Windows

Kill Process via Command Line (CMD) In Windows

A typical Windows operating system runs a lot of processes in order to complete different tasks from UI to notepad, authentication to web surfing. The processes contain code and data about the task. In some cases, these tasks may become unresponsive or we may need to kill them. MS-DOS and PowerShell command prompts provide taskkill … Read more

How To Reset Windows Password (Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7)

How To Reset Windows Password (

Windows use passwords to login into user accounts. These passwords may be lost over time and they can be reset in different ways. Using the command-line interface to reset a password is one of the easiest ways. Alternatively the Password Reset screen can be also used to reset Windows passwords for different Windows operating system … Read more

Concatenate Strings In PowerShell

Concatenate Strings In PowerShell

PowerShell is very advanced scripting and programming language that provides different methods in order to concatenate strings. The string type is used to store single or more characters. String Concatenation is the operation to join multiple strings together. In this tutorial, we examine different operators, options, and commands to concatenate strings in PowerShell. Concatenate Strings … Read more