Save a Commands Output to a File


Let you redirect the output of a command to a file, giving you a saved data of whatever command produced in the Command Prompt window. An incredibly useful Command Prompt trick is the use of redirection operators, specifically the > operators. Heres how to Save a Commands Output to a File


Step 1 : open the command prompt (window + r) and type cmd.


Step 2 : Hit Enter.And type command like i have type netstat -ano > Techtrick.txt


Step 3 : You can type any command and after that just type > (file name).(extension)



Save a Commands Output to a File


Step 4 : Hit Enter.And in last command Just type Techtrick.txt



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