Is there any command available in Windows command prompt which has the same effect as 'clear' in Linux terminal? That means ability to clear the command window from outputs of previous executions. In case there is not such command, how I can clear the command window?

  • If any of the answer solves your question then please feel free to mark as accepted. Some new comers forget to accept any answer – subanki Sep 10 '10 at 9:49
  • Type cls.

  • cls command will erase all text from the screen and display an empty prompt at the top of the screen.

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  • Just incase you want to see other commands then type help command
  • cle was an instruction from BASIC interpreter. Yeah, it does just that, clearing the display. – jfmessier Sep 10 '10 at 11:24

Perhaps it is cls.

Clears the Command Prompt window.

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