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Post  Admin on Thu Aug 06, 2009 7:28 pm

In the second part of this guide, we will be focusing on some commands and utilities available in the command prompt and nowhere else (or at least nowhere else easily). This is by no means a complete list, just a selection of some of the most useful functions that are unique to the command prompt. Feel free to contact us if you can think of something that should be added to this list, and let us know why.

DRIVERQUERY: Displays a list of the current drivers on your system. This command can operate remotely with the /s switch. It's also the easiest way of listing all installed drivers on a Windows system without the aid of third party software.

The /FO switch can be used to format the output in CSV or table form for saving to a spreadsheet file. See the '/?' help switch for more information.



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