Starting and Ending a Command Prompt Session 955
Using Commands 960
Using Environment Variables 968
Customizing Command Prompt Windows 970
PRESERVING a tradition that goes back decades, with Windows 7 you can enter commands, run batch programs, and run applications by typing commands in a Command Prompt window. If you're accustomed to performing administrative tasks at the command line, you don't need to change your ways in Windows 7.
To get to the command prompt, run Cmd.exe, which you can do in any of the following ways:
Type cmd in the Start menu search box, and click the ...