Windows Command Line
Setting up and using Gurobi on a Windows system sometimes requires you to type command-line commands. This can be unfamiliar to Windows users, so this section provides a bit of help.
Windows provides a few different options for inputting commands. For simple commands, you can open a Run window, by pressing the Start key and the letter R simultaneously:
You can also type or paste commands directly into the Search box (available under the Start button on Windows Vista and Windows 7, and toward the bottom left of the desktop on Windows 10):
While these two interfaces are useful for issuing simple commands,
they aren't suited for extensive interactive usage. If you want to
launch Gurobi command-line commands and see the resulting output, for
example, you'll need a Console window (also known as a Command Prompt window or just a cmd window). To launch a
Console window, type
cmd into either the Run window or
the Search box (as described above).