Info needed : Command Interpreter in Windows OS

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I would like to know purpose of using Command Interpreter and confirm whether the feature is available in Windows Operating System. How will I check whether Command Interpreter is present in my system and its version also?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #107788

Info needed : Command Interpreter in Windows OS

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Hi David,

Command Interpreters are all present in all Windows Operating Systems, you don't need to check for it because it's there and only appears if there are problems in your PC particularly harddrive. This command appears on DOS or your command prompt saying "Type the name of the command interpreter )eg., c:windowscommand.com)", if you encountering this problem kindly reboot your PC, if this happens again try to partition your computer/or install using tested Operating Systems mostly downloaded Operating Systems from the internet are pirated and most of theme having a program that causing this kind of error. If you purchase original coming from Windows i'm gonna sure you can't experiencing this kind of problem.

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Ramona

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Info needed : Command Interpreter in Windows OS

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Hello David.

Command interpreter can be used to identify and accomplish commands that are entered by a human or a program interactively. In majority cases windows have their command interpreters in the operating systems. Officially a Command Prompt is knows as Command Processor but unofficially it is also knows as Command Shell or Cmd.exe which is its file name.

If you want to familiar with your command interpreter, click the start menu/run. Write here” Command” while you are using Windows 95, 98 or Windows ME. You can see a white and black window which shows on the screen. You can go to start-all program-accessories-command prompt and you can begin typing and implement the commands of windows.

In commands prompt box you can view the information regarding your windows version in the first line and find all the commands which you don’t know by typing HELP at the command prompt.

NOTE: Always type cdm in the command prompts if you are the user of Windows NT, XP, Vista or 2000

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