After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
> Interesting to have found that out. I rarely do much in 'cmd' (formerly
> command.com) apart from ipconfig, batch scripts and the like. It's a
> depressing CLI to work under and tools offered in this environments are
> miserably lacking. It's like trying to mend some broken wires with a set of
> scissors and a pencil.
The situation is complicated by the existence of two DOS shells, CMD.EXE
and COMMAND.COM. The more powerful one has actually improved quite a
bit, but it is still pretty limp compared to most UNIX shells.
Treat yourself to the devices, applications, and services running on the
GNU/Linux® operating system!