Become a Command Prompt Power User with Function Keys

The fact that the function keys actually do something in the Command Prompt is maybe one of the best kept secrets about the tool: Heres is a steps to Become a Command Prompt Power User with Function Keys

Become a Command Prompt Power User with Function Keys

F1 : Pastes the last executed command (character by character)

F2 : Pastes the last executed command (up to the entered character)

F3 : Pastes the last executed command

F4 : Deletes current prompt text up to the entered character

F5 : Pastes recently executed commands (does not cycle)

F6 : Pastes ^Z to the prompt

F7 : Displays a selectable list of previously executed commands

F8 : Pastes recently executed commands (cycles)

F9 : Asks for the number of the command from the F7 list to paste

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