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Windows Batch Debugging in Take Command / TCC v25

One of our primary aims in version 25 was to enhance the batch debugger / IDE. We implemented nearly all of the IDE feature requests in the Suggestions [...]

Managing License Keys in Take Command Version 25

Take Command and TCC v25 have some new options on the registration dialog to allow users to view their registered computers, generate manual keys for [...]

Take Command / TCC v25 Released

We released Take Command, TCC, TCC-RT, and CMDebug 25.0 today, and you can download a fully functional evaluation version from our web site [...]

Take Command v25 Public Beta

Version 25 is now available as a public beta. See What's New in Version 25 in the help for information on the new features. Version 25 is feature complete; we [...]

Take Command v25 Call for Features

We're beginning the design phase for Take Command / TCC / CMDebug / TCC-RT version 25. If you have suggestions or compatibility issues, please post them [...]

Take Command / TCC 24.0 Command Dialogs

"Take Command doesn't have enough commands, and is too easy to learn".  Said nobody, ever.TCC has 246 internal commands, with thousands of options. [...]

Key Redefinitions in TCC v24

When is a UI Update a Major Update? In the last few years, JP Software has adopted an unofficial policy that odd-numbered major releases are [...]

Take Command / TCC / CMDebug / TCC-RT v24.0 Released

We released Take Command, TCC, TCC-RT, and CMDebug 24.0 today. You can download a fully functional evaluation version from our web site. We will be sending [...]

TCC v23 UnQLite Embedded Database Support

TCC v23 UnQLite Database Support One of the more popular user suggestions over the years has been for internal database support in TCC. We haven't [...]

Take Command v23 on BitsDuJour

Hello! We're excited to announce that JP Software will soon be featuring Take Command on BitsDuJour, a 'deal-of-the-day' website that we've partnered [...]