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How to: Enable Command Scrolling from the Keyboard

Posted on Tuesday, November 24 2009 @ 06:18:08 CET by


If you are a system administrator, then you probably find yourself using the Windows Command Prompt more often than most people. When running this window, old-school admins get into a DOS or Linux mindset and just don't like to use the mouse. Heck, one of the Microsoft interview questions for admins is "How do you fix a problem on a computer if the GUI is busted?".

For those of you who feel your workflow is disrupted by taking your hand off the keyboard to use the mouse, then I have good news: you can change the Command Prompt to scroll mode by using a quick keyboard shortcut. Read more at OCModshop.



 



 

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