Although you can perform many functions in the Windows GUI, there’s significant power and additional features hidden on the Windows command line. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the command line to manage disks, copy files, shutdown your computer, and much more.
Which of these command lines will copy a file and overwrite any destination files with the same name, without any message or warning?
Which of these commands will copy your file and verify that the copied file matches the original?
Which copy command line option removes the interactive prompt when overwriting an existing file?
You need to copy a file to a USB flash drive, and you want to be absolutely sure that the file has been copied properly. Which copy option should you use to make sure the file is copied correctly?
What does the /y option do when using COPY at the command line?
You’d like to copy some pictures from an SD memory card to your hard drive, but you want to be sure the files copy without any problems. Which COPY command flag should use you use to check that the files are written correctly?