Batch File Commands
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Displays or modifies the association between file extension and file type.
Runs commands or programs on the computer at the specified time and day. Works only when Schedule service is running.
Displays or changes attributes of files and folders.
Allows user to interrupt the execution of the application with Ctrl+C keys. Used for backward compatibility with old DOS batch files.
Packs file into cabinet archive (.CAB) or extracts them from it.
Displays or changes ACLs (access control list) files.
Calls a batch file from another batch file or jumps to the label into current batch file.
Shows or changes the current directory. The same with CHDIR command.
Shows or changes the current directory. The same with CD command.
Displays or changes the number of the active console code page.
Checks disk for consistency, repairs file system problems and displays the status report.
Displays or modifies the state of automated file system checking on disk when computer starts.
Clears the console from any symbols left from the previously executed commands.
Starts the new instance of command line interpreter.
Sets the console background and foreground colors.
Compares files or sets of files.
Displays or changes the compression of files and directories on NTFS partitions.
Converts FAT/FAT32 partitions to NTFS.
Copies files from one location to another.
Displays or changes the current system date.
Deletes file(s) from computer. The same with ERASE command.
Lists files and subdirectories in the given directory.
Compares contents of two floppy disks.
Recalls and edits commands at the DOS prompt and creates macros.
Turns command-echoing on/off, or displays a message on screen.
Ends the localization of environment changes in your batch file.
Deletes file(s) from computer. The same with DEL command.
Exits the current batch file or the command processor.
Compares two files and displays differences between them.
Searches for the specified string in text file(s) and reports lines found with that string.
Searches for strings (text patterns) in files.
Runs a command in a loop (several times).
Formats a disk into one of supported by Windows file systems.
Displays or changes file types for associations.
Makes the execution process jump to the specified line of the batch file.
Enables Windows to display extended characters in graphic mode.
Provides information on system commands.
Performs a command conditially.
Shows or modifies the volume label of the disk.
Creates a new directory. The same with MKDIR command.
Creates a new directory. The same with MD command.
Displays status and changes settings of ports and devices.
Displays one screen output at time.
Moves file(s) from one folder to another.
Displays or sets the search path to executable files.
Suspends the batch file execution and displays the message “Press any key to continue…”.
Changes the current folder with the folder saved with PUSHD command.
Stores the current folder name for further use by POPD command and changes it to the specified directory.
Sends text file(s) to a printer.
Changes the command prompt of CMD.exe.
Removes a directory. The same with RMDIR.
Removes a directory. The same with RD.
Recovers readable data from a bad disk.
Starts comment in batch files.
Renames file(s). The same with RENAME command.
Renames file(s). The same with REN command.
Replaces/updates file(s) with other file(s).
Sets, changes or removes command line environment variables.
Starts the localization of environment changes in your batch file.
Changes the positions of the batch file parameters.
Sorts line-by-line the input data.
Starts a program, command or batch file (in a new window).
Creates or deletes a virtual drive by associating a path with a drive letter.
Changes or displays the system time.
Sets the title of a new Command Prompt window.
Displays graphically the structure of a specified folder.
Displays the contents of text file(s).
Shows version of the operating system.
Shows disk volume label and serial number if they are available.
Copies files and folders, including subfolders.