Command Line Utilities

  • Name: Take Command 20.0Updated
  • File Size: 31.3MB
  • Date: 1 Jun 2016
  • License: Shareware
  • Price: $99.95
  • Eval: 30 days (expires)
  • Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, (32 and 64-bit operating systems supported)
  • Hardware Requirements: 60Mb free disk space
  • Other Requirements: None.
  • Language Support: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

Take Command offers a new approach to working in Windows, bringing users the power of the command line and the ease of use of the Windows interface. Take Command supports existing CMD.EXE commands and batch files, and adds thousands of new features, giving you more power and flexibility than you ever imagined. And CMD and PowerShell users will love Take Command's tabbed console windows and Windows shell integration. Take Command adds features such as extensive context-sensitive online help, shell monitoring commands, plugins, aliases for commonly used commands, a powerful command line editor, history recall, filename completion (even across a network), popup command and directory history windows, and extended directory searches that can take you to any directory on your system by entering only part of its name. Take Command expands the Windows file handling commands, giving you the ability to copy, move, delete, or list multiple files with a single command, and adding FTP and HTTP support (including SSL and SSH) . You can select or exclude files from any command by their date, time, size, and extended wildcards for extraordinary flexibility. Batch file users will be amazed at the power and speed Take Command adds to Windows batch files, with an array of new batch commands and a powerful batch debugger with single stepping, breakpoints, syntax coloring, popup variable windows, and editing. The extended batch language in Take Command includes subroutines, DO statements, IF THEN ELSE statements, SWITCH statements, error handling, more than 170 internal commands and 440 internal variables. And if you don't like the default behavior, Take Command allows you to adjust its configuration either through interactive dialogs or on the command line. New in this release:

  • The Take Command v20.0 installer now combines the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Take Command in a single installer (TCMD.EXE).
  • New combined help file and viewer TCHELP.EXE, which replaces the compiled HTML help (TCMD.CHM). TCHELP combines the benefits of the CHM and WebHelp formats, and has some features unavailable in either CHM or WebHelp, including:
    • TCHELP comes in a single file
    • TCHELP is optimized for high-resolution displays
    • TCHELP can be opened from network drives on local networks
    • Repeated calls to TCHELP open in the same help window
  • Take Command v20.0 has extensive internal revisions to make it smaller and faster.
  • Take Command v20.0 is using a new version of the GUI framework.
  • Take Command v20.0 is using a new version of the Scintilla edit control (for the IDE / batch debugger and the Take Command Command Input window).
  • And much more...

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