TCC

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 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. [...]

Take Command / TCC Command Input Syntax Colors

Take Command / TCC v23 Syntax Coloring TCC version 23 supports syntax coloring on the command line (similar to the syntax coloring in the Take [...]

Debugging TCC Library Functions

Take Command v22 is primarily a UI and usability update, but we also added some major features. One of those features is library functions, which are similar [...]

TCC v22 & the Windows 10 Console

Windows 10 includes a number of improvements to Windows console sessions, including some additional control key shortcuts and text selection [...]

CMD Compatibility and CMDebug / TCC-RT, Part 2

After my request for CMD batch files that didn't work with CMDebug or TCC, a user sent me a batch file with a curious usage of the CMD delayed variable [...]

Windows Processes and Job Objects in TCC v21

When Windows creates a new process, it doesn’t create a parent / child relationship with the new process. This means a new “child” processes will [...]

Command Dialogs

Take Command 21.0 Command Dialogs One of the biggest (and the most complex to implement) new features in Take Command 21.0 is the [...]

Take Command 21.0

Take Command 21.0 We released Take Command 21.0, and you can download a fully functional evaluation version from our web site. See What’s New in Version [...]

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 [...]