The mode command is used to configure system devices, most often COM and LPT ports.
The mode command is available in all versions of Windows, as well as in MS-DOS.
The more command is used to display the information contained in a text file. The more command can also be used to paginate the results of any other Command Prompt or MS-DOS command.
The more command is available in all versions of Windows, as well as in MS-DOS.
The mount command is used to mount Network File System (NFS) network shares.
The mount command is available in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
The mount command is not available by default in Windows Vista or Windows 7 but can be enabled by turning on the Services for NFS Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.
Service for UNIX (SFU) was discontinued after Windows 7 so the mount command is not available in newer versions of Windows.
The mountvol command is used to display, create, or remove volume mount points.
The mountvol command is available in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
The move command is used to move one or files from one folder to another. The move command is also used to rename directories.
The move command is available in all versions of Windows, as well as in MS-DOS.
The mrinfo command is used to provide information about a router's interfaces and neighbors.
The mrinfo command is available in Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
The msav command starts Microsoft Antivirus.
The msav command is only available in MS-DOS.
Microsoft Antivirus was designed for MS-DOS and Windows 3.x only. Microsoft provides an optional virus protection suite called Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows XP and later operating systems and third party antivirus tools are available for all versions of Windows.
The msbackup command starts Microsoft Backup, a tool used to back up and restore one or more files.
The msbackup command is only available in MS-DOS.
The msbackup command was replaced with Microsoft Backup beginning in Windows 95 and then Backup and Restore in later versions of Windows.
The mscdex command is used to provide CD-ROM access to MS-DOS.
The mscdex command is available in Windows 98 and 95, as well as in MS-DOS.
Windows provides access to CD-ROM drives for the MS-DOS subsystem beginning in Windows XP so the mscdex command is unnecessary in this and later operating systems.
The msd command starts Microsoft Diagnostics, a tool used to display information about your computer.
The msd command is only available in MS-DOS.
The msd command was replaced with System Information beginning in Windows 95.