{!LANG-8e6a56ad0978cab1e699302492786563!}How to run command line in Windows?

First look into what is the command line. Command line (console) — text{!LANG-8dea13331d3918bdcbd3fecfaee0dfc1!}

In Windows NT (Windows 2000 and above) is used command line interpreter cmd.exe{!LANG-0fc76e022a9e17082d23d36c5ae24627!}

To invoke a command line, you can use one of the following methods.

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But running this way, the command prompt may not allow you to execute certain commands. To succeed, you need to run the command prompt as administrator{!LANG-9691cf6bb32909b994b947eb4649a382!}

Not to perform the same manipulations each time you launch the command line you can configure {!LANG-7f99f8eb9963f146df920d2fe9ae20fb!}{!LANG-f79fc9145ca63fa6acea46942096d215!}

{!LANG-b155f40decada5d61bd22087d2cbbf51!}an extensible shell command line interface, Windows PowerShell. It can be used instead of the standard command line. To run Windows PowerShell as simple as a command prompt (cmd.exe): start — All programs — accessories — Windows PowerShell.

Running the command line, you can watch a list of commonly used commands{!LANG-3b53d065dfccb795b8b1eb1e86e41589!}

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