Command Prompt is the primary command-line interpreter in most of the windows operating system. Windows Power Shell is the most advanced command-line interpreter. It is available in the recent version of windows along with Command Prompt. Here I am going to share some of the Windows command prompt commands.
These command prompt command will help you to know more about your windows 10 operating system. To use these commands make sure you are using command prompt as an administrator. So, let dive in.
Few Important Command Prompt Commands for Windows 10
Here we will discuss four such commands that will help you to know more about the Windows 10 operating system.
1. Retail Key or OEM Key
How to tell whether you are using a Retail Key, Volume Key, or OEM Key on Your Operating system.
For that open command prompt and run it as administrator and run this command:
This command will show you which key you are using.
Also Read: Difference Between OEM, Retail, and Volume
2. How to Find Windows 10 Product Key
If you had activated your windows 10 operating system using a retail key then you can move your product key to a new computer.
So, to know your product key you can run this command:
wmic path softwarelicensingservice get OA3xOriginalProductKey
3. Know More About Your Windows 10 Version
If you want to know more about your windows 10 version then you can use this command
This will give you complete information about your windows 10 operating system from build version to OS Edition you are using.
4. Know Your Windows 10 Expiry Date
Windows 10 also comes with an expiry date if you are running an Insider Preview build, organization Windows activation, or running a trial version of the windows operating system.
Then your system will have an expiry date. To know the expiry date run this command:
So, these are the few important command prompt commands for windows 10.