Microsoft Releases Windows Command Reference with over 250 Console Commands
Many people have long been unaware of the various versions of the Windows console command line, let alone how to use it. Obviously, this matter is mainly due to the lack of documentation. The good news is that this situation will soon change because Microsoft has just released more than 250 “Windows Reference Command Lines.” Prior to this, people could only query by typing “help” (or the question mark “?”), but the returned results are still not clear enough (usually only 86 items).
It is reported that Microsoft released a PDF document titled “Windows Command Reference” on April 18th. The content reached an astonishing 948 pages, covering more than 250 Windows console commands.
For each command, Microsoft gave a detailed description, command line parameters, and applicable operating system versions in the documentation.
Best of all, for many commands, Microsoft provides examples of how to use them. Unfortunately, despite our great hopes, it still failed to disclose some undisclosed command line parameters such as wuauclt.exe and cleanmgr.exe.
You can download the Windows Command Reference PDF here.
Source: Microsoft | via BleepingComputer