Command Prompt for Windows




Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 and 10

The WinOne® Command Prompt will run on a host of Windows operating systems, including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10.

Depending on the operating system that the WinOne® Command Prompt is running on, the dialog windows will look slightly different. For example, the Attributes window containing the colour tab will be displayed as follows :-

WinOne® Command Prompt running in Windows 8

WinOne® Command Prompt running in Windows Vista or Windows 7

WinOne® Command Prompt running in Windows XP

WinOne® Command Prompt running in Windows 2000

Similarly, depending on the operating system, the WinOne® Command Prompt will use the common dialog boxes that are native to the particular operating system. For example the dialog box displayed to load a file into the clipboard in Windows XP will be displayed as follows :-

All pictures included in this documentation will be of the WinOne® Command Prompt running in Windows XP.

All the dialogs included in the WinOne® Command Prompt use the Tahoma True Type font. All earlier versions of Windows do not include the Tahoma True Type font. If this font is missing the dialogs are drawn using the default system font, typically this is bold MS Sans Serif. Tahoma can be installed manually on a Windows operating system that is missing the font. The WinOne® Command Prompt does not install this font if it is missing.