Microsoft.com does not help with Linux answers, and Linuxquestions.org does not help with Windows answers. A terminal is the same as a command prompt. In Linux you can get one with a terminal program in KDE or gnome, of by CTRL+ALT+F1, F2, F3, and so on. To get back to the desktop: CTRL+ALT+F7. You sound like English isn't your native language, and perhaps you aren't familiar with how to ask a question.
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