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To open up a command line either do Start -> Run... -> &qu= ot;cmd" or do Ctrl-Alt-Delete -> File -> New Task -> "cm= d".
The command line (emulated DOS on 2000/XP) allows basic access to the fi= le system, and, more importantly, allows you to call programs with more par= ameters than explorer. First we need to know how to do a few things:
For whatever reason changing which hard drive you are on is different fr= om navigating folders.
All you do is write the drive's letter followed by a colon.
The change directory command is abbreviated "cd"
To go up the directory tree you use '..\' as a folder name.
You can use all of these in combo:
You can run a program by typing its name. However, in the case of just = typing the name, it must be in the current directory or in the system path. Othewise you = must type a full or local path. A local path is referred to relative of th= e current path. A full path includes a drive name.
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In this example I am running a program, booi, which is in the system pat= h. Because I am in the examples folder I may simply give it a name with no= path.
There's not much more you need to know, except command line arguments.
Of course, the command line allows you to do much more than just this. = Google "DOS command line tutorial", or for a quick look at all th= e things you can do, type "help".------=_Part_42404_606025601.1371723449805--