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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 / 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 15.0 Public Beta, Part 4

Today we'll wrap up the new features in Take Command 15.0. by covering the new internal commands. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in the What’s [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta, Part 3

Today I’ll cover the updated internal commands in Take Command 15.0. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in the What’s New in Version 15 section [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta, Part 2

Today I'll cover the new .INI directives, internal variables, and variable functions in Take Command 15.0. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta

The Take Command v15.0 public beta is now available at: https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v15/tcmd.exe https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v15/tcmdx64.exe [...]

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 [...]