Command Prompt Tricks, Hacks, and Secrets in Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, and XP

Command prompt Hacks & tricks: Command prompt is an important windows tool that helps us to use command line interface to interact with the machine. Sometimes Command prompt can be really be a fun! There are many command prompt tricks, command prompt hacks and command prompt secrets that may have never been known to you.

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Many commands might seem boring at first, But command prompt is a tool that can do your entertainment too. Being the one who has already used it a lot, i am telling you that there is too much to love. So lets get started, open command prompt and get started with best command prompt hacks, Command prompt tricks  and secrets.

Best Command prompt Secrets, Hacks And Tricks

Watch Star Wars Movie in Command prompt

Each one of us has seen Star wars movie on our television, But ever thought you can watch star wars movie in CMD? Shocked, Aren’t you?

This is true, You can watch star wars movie on CMD in ASCII. All you need is a windows pc with telnet protocol installed and a working internet connection (Speed doesn’t matters). Not specially on CMD but you can watch star wars movie in other operating systems too, By the help of terminal emulator.


How To watch star wars on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux

  1. Go to StartMenu, Run. (Only for Windows users)
  2. Now type “telnet” without the quotes and press Enter. ‘
Watch star wars in Ascii - command prompt trick
Watch star wars in Ascii – command prompt trick

And you are set! Grab a bucket of popcorn and watch Start wars in ASCII on command prompt.

How to Create Matrix Rain effect in Command Prompt

If you have ever seen the movie Matrix, Then you must know the famous matrix effect. Every hacker finds it really cool. So, here is how to create the same matrix effect as it was in movie.


Step1: Open any Text editor, (preferable notepad).

Step2: Paste the code given below.

@echo off
Color 02
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%

Goto start

Step3: Save the file naming it “Anyname.Bat

Step 4: Run that batch file you created in step3 as administrator.

How to see Commands history in Command prompt?

Do you know that we can see commands history in command prompt? Yes we can! This feature is available in every command based application, but due to old layout of command prompt we can’t see the option to display command history in command prompt.

This is not exactly any hack, But you can see command prompt commands history by pressing F7 key in command prompt window.



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