Saturday, October 12, 2013


Today I will discuss how to copy command prompt output to windows clipboard but first of all we will discuss little bit about Command Prompt & its uses. So first question arises - What is command prompt? & second one is that - What is Command prompt used for ?. We discuss all this in this post. But before I start let me tell you that Command Prompt is officially developed by Microsoft Inc. to execute command lines in windows OS. Command Prompt is supplied on Windows CE & Windows NT based operating systems. Okay, Now we will discuss more about Command Prompt & also the method to copy command prompt output to windows clipboard.

1. What is Command Prompt ?
Command Prompt is command line interpreter used in Windows OS. Command Prompt is used to enter commands in it and execute those commands to operating system.

2. What is Command Prompt Used For ?
Command prompt is basically used to execute commands to operating system. If you know the commands then you can easily use it. Command Prompt is available in all windows os e.g Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 etc. 

3. How to Open Command Prompt Console ?
It is very easy to open command prompt console. Just open run command in windows by pressing WINDOWS + R and type cmd & hit ENTER to open command prompt.


Copy Command Prompt Output To Windows Clipboard

STEP 1-Open CMD.
STEP 2-Type any command by following | clip . e.g. ipconfig/all | clip
STEP 3-Now open any text editor and PASTE output.



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