This article lists down the commands available in Windows 7. Most of the legacy commands of XP and Server 2003 are still applicable for Windows 7.
Commands in Windows 7:
At : Schedule tasks
attrib: Manage file attributes
cacls: Edit file access permissions
cd: change directories in command window
bcdedit: Edit Windows boot configuration
cipher : encrypt files
Defrag: Run defragmentation on disk partitions
Del: Delete files
find : search for a text pattern in files
findstr: Similar to find, but has more options.
format: Format logical volumes on the disk.
fsutil : Manage file system configuration
icacls: Manage file access permissions
ipconfig: Configure settings for network interfaces
mkdir: Create directory from command prompt.
mklink: Create symbolic links, hard links and junctions.
net: Configure user accounts/services on the system.
netsh: Configure network settings on the system.
powercfg: Manage power settings.
reg: Edit registry keys/values from command line.
runas: Run a command with another user credentials
rmdir/rd: delete directories from command prompt
robocopy: We can do efficient file copy from Windows command line.
sc: control services
schtasks: Schedule tasks
shutdown: Reboot or shutdown Windows computer
start: start new command window and execute commands.
systeminfo: Retrieve system hardware and system information
tasklist: List process running on the computer
taskkill: Kill process from command prompt
tzutil: Modify time zone and day light savings time.
xcopy: Copy files and directories in command prompt