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Tutorial 2 - Session 2.1 1 Windows 2000 keeps track of the...

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Session 2.1 1. Windows 2000 keeps track of the last 50 commands you enter at the command prompt in an area of memory known as the command history . 2. To alternate between inserting and replacing text as you type, use the insert key. 3. If you do not specify a drive name, the Directory command will refer to the default drive shown in the Command Prompt window and display the directory listing for that drive. 4. If your directory listing contains more directory and file names than the Directory command list can list in the window, Windows 2000 adjusts the window view through a process called scrolling . 5. By default, DIR lists the files in disk order – which is the order in which the system keeps track of files. 6. The file extension identifies the type of information in a file. 7. To modify the Directory command so DIR displays a directory listing one full window at a time, use the /P switch. 8.
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