13. August 2012 11:56
Thinking about the date when you reinstalled the last time your windows machine? Pretty easy to find, if you know where to look.
Press Windows button + R, type CMD + [ENTER]
then type systeminfo (documented on technet) and hit the .
Scroll up and look for “Original Install Date” (or boot time, or …)
25. January 2011 23:30
If you use CMD.exe, then just hit F7. It will give you all previous commands as shown in the screenshot below.
Oh btw, because I almost forgot. There is a easy command prompt to create a new file.
copy con filename.txt
Hit return, just type your text and and with CTRL + Z (and return). You will now have a file with the content you wanted. Thanks to Scott Hanselman for reminding me!
4. November 2010 13:20
Notepad is a stripped down of wordpad. My guess. Just see this screenshot and judge yourself!
Noticed the changes in the font size?
19. March 2008 16:05
On the internet you can find tons of information about exporting a dhcp reservationlist (from Microsoft DHCP server).
Today, I tried to do that using NETSH. Unfortunately i always received the following error:
The following command was not found: dhcp
If you see this error, you should check if the DHCP is available. To do this, enter the next command:
netsh show helper
If DHCP is not shown in the list, you can add it, by running the following command on your command prompt:
netsh add helper dhcpmon.dll
After you added the helper, you will be able to run all commands regarding the dhcp. For example get the server reservation list:
netsh -r MyDhcpServernameOrIpAddress dhcp server dump