Have you ever thought that a command prompt can be used as a messenger? Yes, it’s possible. And you can do it yourself. By using command prompt as a chat messenger you can chat through a network ( like school’s or office networks ) i.e you can talk to your friend without downloading any chat software. Follow these steps below to chat using command prompt.
Steps To Build Messenger To Chat Using Command Prompt
Step 1: Open your notepad and copy-paste the below code in it.
@ echo off :A Cls echo MESSENGER set /p n=User: set / p m=Message: net send %n% %m% Pause Goto A
Step 2: Now save that file with a ” .bat ” extension i.e as ” Messenger.bat “.
Step 3: Go to your control panel and change the ” view by: ” option to ” Large icons ” (i.e a Classic View). Now click on the “administrative tools”, then click on the “services”.
Step 4: Now find the ” messenger ” service in the list displayed on the right and open it. Under the ” startup type ” check weather it is in disabled mode or not, No click on that and select ” manual “.
Step 7: Now click on your messenger file. As it is a batch file it will be opened in cmd (command prompt). It should show ” MESSENGER ” at the top and then followed by ” User: “.
Now type in the IP address of the remote computer which you want to chat. If that remote computer is on the network, then the message you typed will be sent to them. It will be likewise on the other computer.
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