If you work a lot using your computer and you create a lot of folders, files, documents etc, I am pretty sure that at a certain point you might wish to print the content of a special folder in Windows 7. This is extremely useful, above all if such a folder contains a huge quantity of your stuff such as: documents, pictures, videos, files etc and you want to check them quickly without staying in front of your computer. Here is a simple trick which help you a lot!
- Click Start.
- In the Search field, type CMD select and do not press Enter.
- Right click the CMD icon , select Run as Administrator and press Enter.
- Now comes the tricky part. Locate on the Dos window the folder you want to print the content of. To do so, type: cd.. and again cd.. this will let you start from the main root C\.
- Now start navigating among the folders in this way: cd windows and press Enter. Go on till you locate the folder you are interested in.
- Once you have locate the folder, type dir >contents.txt and press Enter.
- Windows won’t tell you anything meaning that no message will appear on the Dos black window.
- Simply go to your folder and open it. Among its items you will notice a new txt file. Open it!
- As you see this file contains a list of the content of the folder.
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