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Old April 14th 03, 07:01 PM
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Default Cmd commands


-----Original Message-----
For some reason all of my commands like "tasklist"
and "taskill" which are in the "command reference" in

help
are not found when I attempt to execute them. Do I need

to
install them?? Thanks.
.

Using Windows Task Manager
Windows Task Manager provides information about computer
performance, and programs and processes running on the
computer. Using Windows Task Manager, you can end programs
or processes, start programs, and view a dynamic display
of your computer's performance.

Open Windows Task Manager.

Notes

To open Windows Task Manager, right-click an empty space
on the taskbar, and then click Task Manager.
For information about using Windows Task Manager, click
the Help menu in Windows Task Manager.
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