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The Windows Command Line Beginner's Guide - Second Edition (English Edition) de [Moeller, Jonathan]
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The Windows Command Line Beginner's Guide gives users new to the Windows command line an overview of the Command Prompt, from simple tasks to network configuration.

In the Guide, you'll learn how to:

-Manage the Command Prompt.

-Copy & paste from the Windows Command Prompt.

-Create batch files.

-Remotely manage Windows machines from the command line.

-Manage disks, partitions, and volumes.

-Set an IP address and configure other network settings.

-Set and manage NTFS and file sharing permissions.

-Customize and modify the Command Prompt.

-Create and manage file shares.

-Copy, move, and delete files and directories from the command line.

-Manage PDF files and office documents from the command line.

-And many other topics.

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  • Editor: Azure Flame Media, LLC; Edición: 2 (7 de diciembre de 2013)
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Amazon.com: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 95 opiniones
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Well worth the price 9 de diciembre de 2012
Por Dermot - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this book because, when I moved a few years back, I threw away most of my computing books; including my two DOS books. I didn't miss them until I started playing with Java and wanted to write a couple of batch files. Getting to the command prompt was no problem but I couldn't remember the various DOS commands and switches. While you can list all those by using the "help" command in the DOS window, there are no real instructions on how to use them. I found what I needed in this book.
If you're looking for a DOS instruction manual like the old Peter Norton books, this isn't it. And, the author doesn't claim it to be such. It is, however, sufficient to get you started or serve as a reminder for those of us who've simply forgotten how to use these very useful commands.
All in all, Moeller has written a useful book that is more than well worth its $0.99 price.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great guide for beginners! 18 de mayo de 2012
Por WillJ - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I rarely write reviews. However, I felt that the current reviews don't give this book justice. It is for absolute beginners that are clueless on many command line issues. It goes into basic details on many topics, it is an easy read, and it is incredibly cheap ($0.99 at the time of my purchase). It also provides a brief history of the topics that the book discusses in order to give the reader a better understanding of how some of the Windows conventions have come to be. Overall, this book has helped me very much on my journey to become a proficient programmer.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Learn to do things with the Command Prompt that you can't do with the General Windows Interface... 2 de julio de 2014
Por Daniel Allen - Publicado en Amazon.com
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It is what the Title says, a GOOD Book to Learn the Ropes on using the Command Prompt to perform MANY tasks in Windows. Definitely worth the cost. Only buy though if you plan on using the Command Prompt App to do tasks, if you've been using Windows for awhile and haven't come across anything you needed the command Prompt for, than you probably don't have a need for this book. But there are things that you have to use the Command Prompt for and this book is A Great Tool to get you pointed in that/and the Right Direction. The writer explains things pretty understandable.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Enough For Beginners 20 de abril de 2012
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is for beginners. It tells you how to open the command prompt and guides you into using some useful apps.

I use some of these apps on an occassional basis. Basically, I have to relearn the process every time I use them. Which is where this book gets a 4-star rating. It's for those new using the command line or those that need an occassional refresher. This book doesn't seem to be intended as a sole reference for command line users, but serves as a good starting point since it's simple.

This book covers a range of topics from file management to networking. As a beginner book it introduces you to the tool by showing some practical uses but don't expect it to get too comprehensive or complex.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Covers all the basics, and at times a little more 31 de marzo de 2013
Por Ray Lehman - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Definitely more than $0.99 worth of usefulness in here

(at time of review, cost is 99 cents)

I went through this book in about two weeks on my Kindle. I'm sure others can go through it quicker, but I was practicing with most of the commands mentioned in the book as I read about them. It's a good read; I like the author's conversational style of writing. Also, he sometimes provides a little history here and there about Windows/DOS and PCs in general, some of which was interesting, and if that's not your thing, there's not so much of it to bore you. I got a pretty good feel for what can be done from standard Windows commands and also increased my familiarity with not only the commands themselves, but the available switching options. Some parts could have used a little more explanation. For example, in the chapter on networking, he provides a secondary way of obtaining your IP address using netsh (net shell) but this is practically the only mention of netsh in the book and he treats it like a command, when in fact, netsh is a command-line utility with a whole slew of other capabilities. Sure, the full power of netsh would be beyond the scope of the book, but he could have taken a paragraph, or heck, even a footnote to explain that. On the other hand, he dedicates an entire chapter to disk partitioning, (the diskpart utility), and while it's good to know that that exists, if I were seriously planning on doing ANY sort of disk partitioning, there's NO WAY I would rely on the equivalent of 10 or so e-book pages to walk me through. While he is pretty good in every chapter about giving necessary cautions of what the reader needs to be careful with, the diskpart utility in particular is in a whole other category of its own, basically it gets a "DO NOT TOUCH WITHOUT ADULT SUPERVISION" label in my mind. So I kinda glossed through that chapter to see that, yes, diskpart exists, but I don't want to touch it with a 10-foot pole until I'm well-read (in more substantial books) and have backed up everything on my hard-drive.

Opposed to one of the negative reviews, I don't consider this book a no-brainer for absolute-zero beginners. I think most people, even computer savvy folks, will learn a few things here. The ideal audience in my opinion would be someone who's comfortable with general use of a computer, has maybe opened the command prompt once or twice, and perhaps even executed a couple of commands, but maybe didn't really know what he/she was doing, and wants to learn more. This book will give you a gateway into the "more" you're looking for, but for any serious command line dabbling, I recommend supplementing the book with other sources, many of which are freely available online. ESPECIALLY supplement if you're dabbling with anything that includes the /delete option or, *shudders* diskpart.

One minor complaint: I wish the author had taken more time to explain how unforgiving the command prompt is when it comes to spaces. This can especially be a headache if you try messing with batch files (which are only briefly covered in the book anyhow) but it applies everywhere. Most computer programming languages are pretty lenient about spaces. Not DOS commands. If you follow the format exactly as in the book, I'm sure you'll be ok, but if you're doing some free-form typing, be sure to mind your spacing. It's a very subtle mistake that can cause the command prompt to choke with strange error messages when you're off by a space. This really should have been more explicitly pointed out.

Still, you're virtually guaranteed to get your 99 cents worth.

Oh, and I just remembered, %20 of the book (which is to say probably about 20 pages) are dedicated to the author's fan fiction work, included here as a bonus. I didn't personally read that part, because I'm not typically into fiction in general. It didn't bother me that he included it either. (Can't blame a guy for promoting his work, whatever the medium) The book, sans the fan fiction, had everything I would expect a beginner's command line book to include. The rest is fluff. If you happen to have a liking for fantasy/fiction as well, then you get an added bonus. If you don't, don't read it. To me, DOS-style command line interfacing and fantasy make for strange bedfellows, but to each their own.
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