How to use Command history in Command Prompt

How to use Command history in Command Prompt

  • We can see the Command history in a command prompt, by pressing the F7 key.
  • Using the F7 key will open the graphical interface with a list of commands typed in the current session. Pressing arrow up selects a previous command from your command history. similarly, arrow down selects the next command.
  • If we need to exit without running any command, press the Esc key.
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