Command line shortcuts edit


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I have on my cmd terminal a server quit shortcut of "ctrl + break", but my laptop doesn't have break button, I tried ctrl + every button in keyboard but it didn't work.
Can I edit this cmd shortcut ?
Yes, you can edit the Command Prompt (cmd) shortcut to change the server quit shortcut to something more suitable for your laptop's keyboard layout. Here's how you can do it:

1. Right-click on the cmd shortcut icon and select "Properties" from the context menu.

2. In the Properties window, go to the "Shortcut" tab.

3. In the "Shortcut key" field, you will see the current shortcut assigned, which is likely "Ctrl + Break." Click on the field and press the new key combination you want to assign. For example, you can use "Ctrl + C" instead.

4. Once you have entered the new key combination, click "Apply" and then "OK" to save the changes.

Now, whenever you want to quit the server in the Command Prompt, you can simply press the new shortcut key combination you have assigned (e.g., "Ctrl + C"). This will send the termination signal to the server and it should quit accordingly.