New Keyboard Shortcuts Of Command Prompt In Windows 10
Command prompt in windows 10 comes with the new functionality of using keyboard shortcuts. With the new shortcuts, you can copy and paste things in command prompt along with many useful command prompt shortcuts. So, let’s have a look at New Keyboard Shortcuts Of Command Prompt In Windows 10.
How to enable keyboard shortcuts in command prompt:
Open the command prompt and right click on the title bar and click on properties.
Check the box Enable Ctrl key shortcuts.
New Keyboard Shortcuts Of Command Prompt In Windows 10:
Here is the list of shortcuts which you can use in command prompt in windows 10:
Copy selected text to clipboard: Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert.
Paste copied text: Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert
Select all text in the current line (if there’s no text in the current line, all text in the Command Prompt will be selected): Ctrl + A
Move screen one line up/down (similar to scrolling): Ctrl + Up/Down
Move screen one page up/down: Ctrl + Page Up/Page Down
Enter Mark Mode (lets you select text with the mouse): Ctrl + M
Open Find window for searching through the Command Prompt: Ctrl + F
Move cursor left/right one character and select text: Shift + Left/Right
(In Mark Mode) Move cursor up, down, left, or right: Up/Down/Left/Right
Move cursor up/down one line and select text: Shift + Up/Down
Move cursor up/down screen and select text: Shift + Page Up/Page Down
Move cursor left/right one word and select text: Ctrl + Shift + Left/Right
Move cursor to the beginning/end of screen buffer and select text and beginning/end of Command Prompt’s output: Ctrl + Shift + Home/End
Move cursor to the beginning/end of current line and select text: Shift + Home/End
These were the keyboard shortcuts for command prompt in windows 10. If you like these shortcuts then share with your friends. Comment below your reviews regarding these tricks.