Activate the Parrot logo in Windows from CMD

Parrot OS is an open source GNU/Linux operating system based on Debian, one of the main focuses is computer security. In addition, its main focus is cryptography. This operating system was released on April 10, 2013 by Frozen box.

If you wish to have this operating system you can go to the official web site It consists of several versions, the Home Edition version weighs approximately 2.6 Gb, and it is for the architecture based on AMD64.

This operating system offers many of the features of open source to be able to test tools from security and cryptography. The best thing is that it has a minimalist design and is optimized to run on any PC with AMD64 architecture.

In addition, it is easy to install because it contains a graphical interface with a customizable system that you can easily use. It is not just an operating system, it is much more than a software system.

Parrot is backed by the community and forums where you can find help and support.

But did you know that one of its features can be used in the Windows cmd terminal? That's right, you can use the operating system animation from the Windows terminal, but you must know that you must have the operating system updated.

To update the Windows 11 operating system to its latest version you must do the following:

  1. Start>Settings>Windows update.
  2. Check for updates.
  3. Restarting windows after upgrading to su latest version.

Once the operating system is updated, you must do the following to run the parrot animation:

  1. Home>CMD
  2. Type curl
  3. Enter.

We already have the animation of parrot running from the CMD of Windows. It is worth mentioning that it is not necessary to install any repository for this to work.

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