Before driving to your nearest cinema to catch the latest Star Wars movie, here’s something Santa wants you to do when Christmas is round the corner. He wants you to open your Command Prompt/Terminal, enter few simple commands and watch the beginning of Star Wars saga in a manner you’ve never seen before. Go ahead! May the fourth be with you!
I know you would have watched all Star Wars movies a long time ago – multiple times, in multiple orders – on your television, computer, and in some cinema nearby you. But, with all the hype surrounding the just-released Star Wars: The Last Jedi, it makes perfect sense to re-watch the original series.But, why not try watching the beginning – Star Wars Episode IV – on your PC’s Command Prompt as an animated text? Just type in these few simple commands and enjoy the Show!!
How To Watch Star Wars In Command Prompt Via Telnet?
Telnet is a network protocol, but you don’t need to bother about more details. So, let’s get this done right now and tell you how to watch Star Wars in Command Prompt via Telnet right now:
The newer versions of Microsoft’s Windows OS don’t include Telnet. No worries, you can get it right now with just a simple and clean command on Command Prompt.
NOTE: Be connected to the Internet and Launch the command prompt As an Administrator.
1. Enter following command and press ↵Enter.
2. Now restart the Command Prompt as an administrator again, enter the following command and press ↵Enter.
After the credits, the Star Wars Episode IV will start playing in ASCII characters. Here are few screenshots:
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