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echo Command In Windows

The echo command is a very popular command for multiple operating systems. echo command is used to print some text or variable values into the standard output. The standard output is the terminal or console by default but the standard output can be also a peripheral or COM port too. In this tutorial, we examine … Read more

Restart Windows Computer Remotely From Command Line

Windows computers can be restarted from command line remotely. We can Use the shutdown MS-DOS command or Restart-Computer Powershell command in order to restart computers remotely. The shutdown command can be used to restart remotely via the PowerShell. Restart Using shutdown Command The shutdown command can be used to restart Windows compuer remotely. The /r … Read more

How To Start Control Panel From Command Line In Windows?

Windows operating systems provide the Control Panel in order to manage the operating system’s different features. Windows Control Panel can be used to manage, sound, date-time, devices, keyboard, services, applications, user accounts, etc. The Control Panel can be opened in different ways. In this tutorial, we examine how to open Windows Control Panel via command … Read more

How To Start Windows Update Service From Command Line?

Windows Update is a very important Windows service used to check, download and install Windows updates in the background. The Windows Update works as a service and runs operations periodically. As a service, the Windows Update services, start, stop, restart, etc. In order to run the Windows service we should start it. In this tutorial, … Read more

How To Restart Windows Time Service From Command Line Interface?

Windows Time Service is used to clock and date synchronize for Windows operating systems. The Windows Time Service is named as W32Time a Windows service. We can manage the Windows Time Service via command line interfaces like Ms-DOS or PowerShell. We can restart the Windows Time Service by using the net command and Stop-Service command. … Read more

Start and Stop Service via Command Line In Windows

Windows is a modern operating system that heavily uses services to accomplish different tasks and provides different services. The Windows services generally started and stopped in the background according to their configuration or automated scripts. We can also start and stop services in Windows operating system by using the command line interfaces MS-DOS or PowerShell. … Read more

Start Google Chrome Using Command Line On Windows 10

Google Chrome is the most popular browser for the Windows Operating system. We can start the Chrome browser using the command line interface or command prompt or MS-DOS or PowerShell in Windows. In this tutorial, we examine how to start Google Chrome via different command line interfaces in Windows, especially in Windows 10 operating system. … Read more

How To Test SQL Database Connection In PowerShell?

PowerShell provides the SQLServer in order to check MS-SQL database connectivity. On daily operations, we may need to set up or create an SQL database but there may be some problems with the connectivity. We can use the Test-SQLDatabase command in order to check the database connectivity for network, port, credentials, etc. Install Test-SQLDatabase The … Read more

Spaces Cause Split in Path with PowerShell

We can call an executable by using its absolute path. The path can be like “C:\Windows Services\backup.exe”. This creates the error like below. This error is also named as spaces cause split in path . In this tutorial we examine how to solve this error. Use Double Quotos Double quotos are the first solution in … Read more

Change Directory In PowerShell

PowerShell is the next-generation command line interface for Windows-based operating systems. While using PowerShell we generally need to change directories to run different commands or list different directory contents. PowerShell provides the cd and Set-Location commands in order to change directories. In this tutorial, we examine different scenarios to change the directory in PowerShell like … Read more