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7 command-line commands you should know

sriram
sriram
June 28

Here are the 7 command-line commands you should know. This post is supported by coderside.

1. ipconfig

It returns detailed information about your current network adapter connection including:

command :- ipconfig

Ip config 
Ip config 

2. netstat (network statistics)

Gets a list of all active TCP connections from your computer.

command :- netstat

Netstat
Netstat

3. ping

Use this to test whether your computer can access another computer, a server, or even a website 

It can help revealing network connections. It also provides transit time for the packets in milliseconds, so it also reveals a bad network connection as well. 

Ex :- ping www.platiplus.com

Ping command 
Ping command 

4. tracert

It is a fascinating windows command to use. If you are ever curious to see the path your internet traffic takes to get data from your browser to a remote system like youtube or platiplus server, then use this command.

command :- tracert 8.8.8.8

tracert
tracert

5. systeminfo

Returns system information like a brand of network card, processor details, or the exact version of your windows operating system, computer hardware and software components. There's also some network information, like the IP and the MAC addresses of your network cards.

command :- systeminfo

Examples

To view configuration information for a computer named sri, type:

systeminfo /s sri

Output of Systeminfo
Output of Systeminfo

Check official docs to know more about this command.

6. chkdsk

This command is used to check the c drive and repair any problems. To use this command the command line should be launched as an administrator.

Some list of problems in can solve:

chkdsk
chkdsk

7. tasklist

displays a list of currently running processes on the local computer or ont the remote computer.

tasklist
tasklist

Which command you like the most put your thoughts in the comment section ✌️.  Soon I will post on the topic how to jam someone's internet. Interesting right follow to stay tuned 🤠. 

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