xcopy Command Tutorial

xcopy Command Tutorial

xcopy is a command used to copy files and folders in Windows operating systems. xcopy command provides a lot of useful features in order to copy specific file types, subdirectories, read-only files, etc. xcopy Syntax and Parameters xopy command has the following syntax where SOURCE and DESTINATION is important with PARAMETERS SOURCE is the source … Read more

netstat Command Tutorial For Windows

netstat Command Tutorial For Windows

netstat is one of the most popular network commands for all Windows operating systems. Even most of the other operating systems like Linux, Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, CentOS, Kali, RHEL, FreeBSD, etc. support netstat command with very same parameters and usage. What Is netstat? netstat is a command-line tool in order to get information about the … Read more

How to Create and Run Batch (BAT) File On Windows?

How to Create and Run Batch (BAT) File On Windows?

A batch file is a file that contains MS-DOS commands and when the batch files are clicked or called these commands are executed. Batch files also called BAT files. Most of the operating systems like windows provide the ability to create and run batch files. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a … Read more

How To Show/Unhide Hidden Files, Folders, or Drives In Windows?

How To Show/Unhide Hidden Files, Folders, or Drives In Windows?

As a popular operating system Windows mainly designed for the end-users or less or non-technical users. There are different protection mechanisms for the Windows operating system for accidental user operations. Hiding files and folders are some of them. By default, hidden files and folders do not show in the file explorer. What Is Hidden File, … Read more

How To Show/Display File Extensions In Windows?

How To Show/Display File Extensions In Windows?

Windows operating systems like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 do not show the file extensions by default. File extensions provide information about the file content, data, and associate applications to open files. You can show/display file extensions for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 easily with File Explorers File name … Read more

PowerShell Get-Date Command Tutorial

PowerShell Get-Date Command Tutorial

Windows PowerShell provides the Get-Date command in order to get the current date and time information. Get-Date can provide the current date and time information in different formats like .NET or UNIX. Get-Data command can be used in PowerShell and does not support MS-DOS. Also, the output of the Get-Data command can be redirected into … Read more