Command Prompt for Windows




Windows Commands

Windows Commands are commands that allow you to maniplate the Windows OS that the WinOne® Command Prompt is running under. They include :-

  • ABOUT
  • Displays the About window.
  • DEBUG
  • Allows a debugger to run an external command.
  • CAPTURE
  • Turn capture for console programs on/off. Manipulate the No Capture list.
  • CLIP
  • Place a line of text into the clipboard.
  • CLIPDISP
  • Display any text in the clipboard.
  • DDEEXEC
  • Send an execute command to an application.
  • DDEPOKE
  • Send data to an application.
  • DDEREQ
  • Request data from an application.
  • DEVICES
  • List all the devices available on a system.
  • DISPBOX
  • Display the contents of a plain text file in a pop-up window.
  • DRAG
  • Drag one or more files to another program.
  • EDITBOX
  • Display a pop-up window containing an edit field.
  • EJECT
  • Eject a CD-ROM.
  • EXT
  • Set filename associations for file extensions.
  • EXTENSION
  • Set filename associations for file extensions.
  • GROUP
  • Insert program files into Program Manager groups.
  • MSGBOX
  • Display a message in a pop-up window.
  • OPENBOX
  • Display a file and directory selection pop-up window.
  • POSTMSG
  • Post a message to a window.
  • PRINT
  • Print a text file via the Printer Manager.
  • SAVEBOX
  • Display a file and directory selection pop-up window.
  • SENDKEYS
  • Send a number of key strokes to the specified window.
  • SHELL
  • Set the Windows default start up shell or program list.
  • TASKS
  • Display a list of the current tasks or performs a specified action on a task.
  • VIEWICON
  • Displays icons in .EXE, .DLL and .ICO files.
  • VOLUME
  • Set or get the volume level for an audio device.
  • WALLPAPER
  • Set or remove the Desktop Wallpaper.