Learn how to capture automated screenshots of multiple web pages from the command line in one go using the rendering engine of Internet Explorer, Safari or Google Chrome.
Learn a simple trick that will help you find the serial number and system model name of your laptop or desktop computer.
Learn how you may use Telnet in Vista and Windows 7 computer. The telnet command is available but not enabled by default.
If there are specific folders on your hard-drive that you need to access frequently inside Windows Explorer, you can map these directly to a drive letter via SUBST for quick access.
Quix is a powerful bookmarklet that combines the functions of multiple bookmarklets into one and works just like the command-line in Unix.
Some useful keyboard shortcuts and commands to help you personalize the MS-DOS Command Prompt Window without using the mouse. Do more and work faster.
A Disk Defragmenter program helps speed up your system as it will arrange all the fragmented pieces of a file close together. Microsoft offers another free but lesser-known command line utility that lets you have more control over the defragmentation process.
Command prompt (cmd.exe) users may want to switch from Lucida Console to Consolas font since it allows for more comfortable reading of text on-screen.
When you drag and drop files to the command line window, it automatically fills in the complete path of the file.
How to find the DNS server speed of your local ISP and compare that speed with OpenDNS server.