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5 very useful windows command
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There are some windows commands which you can't run from the windows graphical user
interface and which can only be run through command prompt. While some others are just faster
to run on command prompt as compared to graphical interfaces.
So, here is the list of 5 useful commands which you can run easily from command prompt without
being a pro command line person.
ipconfig - For Quickly Finding Your IP Address
While we can find IP address directly from the control panel, but it requires few more clicks. So,
finding your IP address using command prompt is the fastest way for determining your
Computer's IP address and some other useful information like default gateway or IP address of
router's web interface, etc.
To find the IP address and network related information just open the command prompt and type
out "ipconfig". The whole list of network connection connected would be listed out.
ipconfig - For Quickly Finding Your IP Address
ipconfig /flushdns - Flush Your DNS Cache
Now if you have changed your DNS servers recently, the effect won't necessarily take place
immediately. For saving some time when you access same addresses again, Windows uses
cache that remembers DNS response it has received (DNS Resolver Cache).
So, to make sure that the windows is getting addresses from the new DNS servers rather than
using the old one, use the command "ipconfig /flushdns".
ipconfig_flushdns - Flush Your DNS Cache
Ping & Tracert - For Troubleshooting Network Connection Issues
If you have any network connection related issue or any issue regarding connection to some
particular website, you can use command "ping".
Typing "ping google.com" will make windows to send the packets to Google.com. Google will
respond after receiving them. If you see any packets which didn't make it to the Google, it may be
due to packet loss.
Ping & Tracert - For Troubleshooting Network Connection Issues
There is also another command to track the route of packet to reach its destination. Typing
"tracert" command you can see the path your packets have taken to reach any website mentioned
along with the command.

Ping & Tracert - For Troubleshooting Network Connection Issues
sfc /scannow - For Scanning The System Files
Windows includes the command for checking the system files and finding the corrupted files. The
command "sfc /scannow" will check the system file and if it finds any corrupted file, it will repair
them.
In order to run this command, run the command prompt as Administrator.
sfc /scannow - For Scanning The System Files
netstat -an - For Listing Network Connections And Ports
The "netstat -an" is very useful command. It will display all sorts of connection on the computer
along with their ports and the Foreign IP address they are connected to.
netstat -an - For Listing Network Connections And Ports
However, there are hell lots of other useful command other than this five, which are unknown to
many. Command prompt works much faster than GUI (graphical user interface) and have many
powerful tools hidden under surface.


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