Due to Apple’s merging of the CPU and monitor in iMacs (and Macbooks), physical screen brightness controls are no where to be found. If you installed Windows 7 through Bootcamp and are having trouble adjusting brightness, one of these methods will probably work for you.
If you just want to know how to make Batch files, scroll to the bottom. While batch files are not exactly related to CMD, they use similar commands and therefore I’ve put them together. A batch file is like a set of CMD commands that you can save as a file to be run […]
A short article on some basic Windows shortcuts that any PC user should know. First off, many Windows shortcuts involve the Control key, abbreviated “Ctrl”. These first few shortcuts are well known: Ctrl + S: Saves whatever you are on, e.g. document, webpage, etc. Ctrl + N: Opens a new window. Ctrl + O: […]
This is a continuation of the CMD tutorial. Read part 1 about looks here, and part 2 about folders here. 1. Moving Files After using “cd” and “dir”, you might need to move adocument from your Desktop to your USB Flash Drive. Here’s how, assuming you are in your Desktop: move filename.ext c:\usb-drive-name Notice, […]