Files with cmd suffix can e commonly found as command script files from Microsoft Windows operating system. A cmd file stores script used to automate command line operations.
CMD file extension - Microsoft Windows command script
What is cmd file? How to open cmd files?
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File extension cmd is commonly associated with command script files for Microsoft Windows operating system, which are very similar in functionality to BAT file format.
A .cmd file is generally used for running a sequence of executables automatically and are often used by system administrators to automate tedious processes.
The default software associated to cmd file type:
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List of software applications associated to the .cmd file extension
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that can be done with the file: like open cmd file, edit cmd file, convert cmd file, view cmd file, play cmd file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in File-Extensions.org's database).
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Software that open cmd file - Microsoft Windows command script
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