CMD Print DIR to text file
dir > print.txt The ">" symbol is telling to put the output of the command to whatever is next. In this case "print.txt". This is useful for writing any output to a file in a script or whatever. Example: dir > %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\print.txt This example will print the directory listing to print.txt on your desktop. Other flags: dir /b file names only dir /s include all sub folders & files Original source: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000772.htm Actually I really like that site, and spent some time taking their quiz. Entertaining.