This groovy tip is a time saver for anyone who frequently uses the command prompt within the Windows operating system.
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You’re probably reading this because you’ve seen conhost.exe running on your computer, and now you want to know all about it. Okay, maybe not all about it, but at least if it’s safe, right? Well today we continue our series on What is that Windows Process explaining that you don’t need to worry about conhost.exe […]
I’ve been running Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 for several weeks now and I think I’m finally able to start talking about the things I like. Before I do that however I figure it’s only fair to first talk about how all you groovyReaders out there can easily install Windows 7 risk free so you […]
Earlier in the Week, a reader asked how I customized the colors in my Microsoft Command Prompt/Shell (also known as CMD.exe) or Window <funny, I’ve been doing this for 15 years, and I don’t know what it’s called lol>. The process is super easy and hasn’t changed as far back as I can remember so […]
Here’s how to Map a Network Drive in Windows 7, Vista or Server 2008 using Windows Explorer or the command line.
A few years back Microsoft released a Groovy little PowerToy which added the ability to quickly open a CMD window to a specific folder using the default Windows Explorer right-click context menus. It’s called the “Open Command Window Here” or also known as the CMDhere tool. It’s one of the first tools I install when […]