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Locate and display files in a directory tree. The WHERE command is roughly equivalent to the UNIX ''which'' command. For early versions of windows that don''t have this command you can use this W ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1635 views

Display the current operating system version. Syntax VER Use ver to find specific operating systems like this: @ECHO OFF :: Win9x checks :::::::::::: VER |find /i "Windows ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1835 views

Change the title displayed above the CMD window. Syntax TITLE [string] Key string : The title for the command prompt window. The default title is %comspec% To change the title f ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1673 views

Delay execution of a batch file. Syntax TIMEOUT delay Key delay :Delay in seconds (between -1 and 100000) to wait before continuing. The value -1 causes the computer to wa ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1718 views

Switch User. Syntax SU "[cmdline]" [domain] [[Winsta\]Desktop] [options] Key cmdline The command to run (default =%comspec%) domain The domain for the user account ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1619 views

Start a specified program or command in a separate window. Syntax START "title" [/Dpath] [options] [command] [parameters] Key WHAT to run path : Starting directory comma ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1741 views

Add a fixed delay to a batch file Syntax SLEEP time Key time : the number of seconds to pauseFor example: To pause for an hour before running the next command in a batch file: SL ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1662 views

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