Changing the color in Command Prompt can be done with a single command. The color command makes it easy to quickly change the default background and text color. Works in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 and 8. color [attr] Write color + color attribute. The attribute are specified by two hex digit, the first being the
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How to find out which process is locking a DLL
Every so often you want to uninstall something and half the times some process has locked a dll file because of a delete or similar operation failed, or just plain explorer.exe that still has the folder open. To figured out which process is causing the problem you can use the TaskList and TaskKill command to solve it.