I'm issuing some "net user" commands to setup a local user on my desktop for some testing purposes and require setting a password longer than 14 characters. In doing so Windows barks back a propmt to ...
Is there any equivalent in Windows to Unix Shell's "exec"? Basically, I need to avoid forking a new process, so that input/output pipes are preserved, as well as process id. Edit: So, here's my ...
I have a simple batch script that recursively looks at all files and folders within the directory and writes out the file inventory to a text file. It currently looks like this: dir /b/s > ...
A few older ones in here will probably remember a cute little proggie from DOS days, hdir it was called. Did nothing special, except show the file and directory listing in colour. (there were others ...
I use it regularly (cmd), but let's be frank, its environment sucks. No tabs, resizing the window is a pain, ... and so on. Console2 and PowerCmd fix some of these problems. But still, I'd love to ...