Batch File Tutorial

@macubx (11433)
Philippines
October 21, 2006 4:54pm CST
A Batch file is a command. A command to do something, a process, or many steps, that you don't feel like manually doing yourself. Use notepad. Type the steps-and start a new line after each step, and then save the file with a .bat extension, instead of .txt Now, double-click the .bat file, or right-click it, and choose run. That's it. I just made one myself. ................................................ ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew exit ................................................. In those commands, I'm just renewing my IP address, to fool rapidshare when I want to download again before the hour time. Also, I have to clean my history and cookies, and temporary internet files.....I think cookies ARE temporary internet files...
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• India
29 Dec 06
i have a good knowhow about batch files, i use batch files most of times,eg. renaming,deleting folders quickly, registring activex components for vb etc.
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• Ghana
14 Aug 08
I just saw this after posting a question. I am interested in knowing how to create batch files to do a lot of thinks for me. With your rich experience, can you give me more tips as how to create one. Thanks
@Regalado (122)
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
wow, a very important tutorial, why did i miss this (7 days old)thanx pal, you really are a help.. thanx thanx thanx
@macubx (11433)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
yeah yeah yeah
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• Germany
12 Feb 07
It's a really nice thing that little batch file but if you have a router the file is useless because you don't have influence on the router on that way. But if you're directly connected to the internet then you could have a use of this.