The CMD tree command lists files in tree format


When you show others the contents of your own CD-ROM, or list the information in a directory on your hard disk, the tree command is quite convenient, and can let you display the content in a clear and orderly way. Don’t say anything, picture above. By the way, review the CD command.
Of course, you may not be satisfied with just grabbing a picture for others. You may also want to import this information into a file, process it and send it out again. Then, please use this command: tree > tree list.txt In this way, all information is saved to list.txt It’s in the papers.
For more commands, please use tree /? In the CMD window to query (in fact, there are only two parameters).
It’s likely that it’s just a simple command. In a blink of an eye, it solves your big problem. This is the simplicity of CMD, and this is the power of CMD!