Author: rconn

TCC RT (RunTime) Released

JP Software released TCC RT (RunTime) today. I've had frequent requests from business users for a run-time version of TCC, so developers can write scripts [...]

The Top 12 Reasons You Should Replace CMD.EXE

The default Windows command processor is CMD.EXE. It is a console application that executes the commands you enter at the prompt and runs simple batch files [...]

Windows Console Replacements, Part 7 – Take Command and FireCMD

Today we're looking at FireCMD, a new Windows console replacement and (partial) command shell from Brainasoft (http://www.brainasoft.com). Like Take Command [...]

Take Command 50% off on BitsDuJour May 7, 2013

If you have been wanting the full version of Take Command, but were reluctant to spend $99.95 for a new copy (even though you would make that back in [...]

Take Command 15.0 Released

JP Software is happy to announce the release of Take Command 15.0. As we announced when version 14 was released, anyone who ordered v14 (new or upgrade [...]

Take Command / TCC video review

A fairly detailed video review from a Take Command [...]

Take Command / TCC and OpenAFS

A great article on the development of OpenAFS and its integration with 4NT / TCC / Take [...]

Take Command 14.0 Public Beta

The Take Command v14.0 public beta is now available [...]

Windows Console Replacements, Part 6 – Take Command and ConEmu

Today we're looking at ConEmu (aka ConEmu-Maximus5), the last of the Windows console replacements that I've been able to find). ConEmu is an open source [...]

Windows Console Replacements, Part 5 – Take Command and ColorConsole

After the last post, I found two more Windows console replacements: ColorConsole and ConEmu. So before I go on to the Linux consoles, let's see if [...]