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Friday, 30 August 2013

How to chat using cmd in your windows PC



Hi guys. Here I come up with a very old trick/tutorial that how to chat with one person using Command prompt connected over a single network. Friends, the computer which are connected under same network can support this feature. Unless no. Generally people who work in a company or who are in the same college will use this method. It'll be helpful for them a lot




1] Open notepad then type:

@ echo off :A
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Cls
echo MESSENGER
set /p n=User:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n% %m%
Pause
Goto A

2] When you're finished, click on file, save as, then save it as messenger.bat.

3] Go to control panel (make sure you are in Classic View). Click on "administrative tools", then click on "services".

4] Now find the "messenger" service in the list on the right, then open it. You'll see "startup type" which should be disabled, so click on that and select "manual".

5] Now press the start button in the upper right hand corner of the window (not the green start button), and click apply.

6] Next, do the same procedure on the remote computer. Until this service is activated on that PC, or you won't be able to use this!

7] Now click on the messenger file you made. Since it is a batch file it will open with cmd (command prompt). It should show "MESSENGER" at the top and "User:" below that. Type the IP address of the remote computer. If it is in the network, then when you type the message next, it should send it to them. It will be likewise on the other computer. There you got it!

Note: This will not work with Win 7, 8 or Vista. With XP, the net send feature is stopped.

If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 8 then download this simple program called Net Send GUI


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