If you want to restrict users from using the Run dialog box in Windows or just want it disabled for personal reasons, here are two ways to do that.
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If you’re bored with the Windows 10 Command Prompt and desperately want to change up the look, this tutorial will show you how to customize it.
Tired of the same old boring command prompt theme in Windows 10? Here’s how to change its background color and text color.
The PowerShell and Command Prompt in Windows may look similar at first glance, but there are significant differences between both of them. This article discusses those differences.
Windows comes with a Super Administrator account that has more privileges than the normal admin account. Here is how you can activate the super administrator account in Windows.
Windows Command Prompt lacks several features out of the box and auto-completion is one of them. Here’s how to enable it both temporarily and permanently.
If you’re a command-line fanatic, you’ll love this nifty trick that allows you to launch the administrator command prompt through a right-click option.
Boot record errors are annoying and can prevent you from booting up your Windows. Here is how you can fix the Windows boot record errors with a command.
If you are in a server environment or want to control device drivers using the command line, DevCon is a good alternative for the regular Device Manager in Windows.
There are a few ways to get the BIOS version information in Windows, namely the command prompt, power shell, registry and System Information tool in Windows. Check out the details here.
If you are a system administrator and don’t want your users to mess with the command prompt, here is how you can disable the command prompt completely.
f you are a regular Command Prompt user and are looking for a good command prompt alternative, do give Console 2 a try and I am sure you will love it.
It is very tiring to rename a bunch of files one by one. Learn how you can easily batch rename files in Windows.
Microsoft didn’t build in a “reset” button for you to reset Windows 8.1 Start Screen. Instead, you’ll need to use the Command Prompt to get this done.