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Tips

General

You can drag-and-drop files to cmd window.

copy 
right-click, mark, drag, right-click
paste 
right-click, paste
stop and continue output 
pause, space

Sometimes ctrl+break works better than ctrl+c!

The CMD Dance

This is a little demonstration of unexpected functionality of a combination of start and CMD. Start a new CMD, and enter the following commands:

start /d c:\ /b
start /d c:\windows /b

Then press enter several times in a row. Look at it go! (You have to exit three times to exit the original CMD)