How to get the volume GUID of a drive

Windows assigns each drive a Volume GUID for each drive in a computer.  For example, the C: drive might be \\?\Volume{9d573eb6-aa70-11e1-9b4f-0050563b9b3c}\. I wanted to setup a schedule to automatically defrag multiple 13 hard drives on a server.  The default task scheduler built into the Disk Defragmenter interface will only allow you setup one schedule item. … Read more

Reference for Windows commands with examples

Below is the list of commands that can be run from windows command prompt (CMD). Thanks to the folks who organized all of this at At: Schedule tasks Attrib: Set file attributes Bootcfg: Enable kernel debugging copy: Copy files Compact: Compress or decompress files and directories Convert: Convert FAT filesystem to NTFS Date: Set system date … Read more