Windows command prompt shortcuts

Use wildcards like C:\>”cd do*” to jump to C:\>Documents and Settings
command prompt shortcuts

or C:\>”cd do (and Tab Key)” to cycle through directories starting with “do”
(No quotes of course)
or even C:\>”cd (space and Tab Key)” to cycle through all directories and files

You knew the Up and Down arrow keys cycle through previous command history
but how about 
F7 to bring up a dialog of all the recent command history
command prompt shortcuts 2

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