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Cmd Navigation

Familiarize yourself with the basic navigation commands. -dir, -cd...

dir This command will list all of the folders and files in the directory you are currently at.
cd <folder name here> This command will move you to the folder that you specify. The folder must be in teh directory you are currently in.
cd <path> This command will take you to a specific path on your computer. You do not need to be in the same directory as the path.
cd.. This command will move you up one directory from your current location.
cd\ This command will take you to the root directory e.g. C:\_
<driveletter>: This command will take you to the drive letter you specify e.g. D: E: F: G: such as for a CD/DVD drive or USB stick.
exit This command will exit the Command Prompt, no matter your current location.
How do you open the Command Prompt? Start>Search>cmd
Where can you find an A-Z Index of the Windows CMD command line? http://ss64.com/nt/
Created by: themagicdwarf