A very useful feature that can save a lot of typing is the name or path completion function. This feature uses the Tab key to complete file and folder names that you begin typing. For example, type “a” (no quotes) into a command line and then press the Tab key.
Windows will complete your typing with the name of an existing file or folder beginning with “a”, starting in alphabetic order. Press Tab again and the next possible file or folder will be displayed. In this way, you can cycle through all files and folders existing in your current path that begin with a particular character or group of characters.
The keyboard pair Shift + Tab will take you backwards in the list. The completion function can be used in more than one place in a command.