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Take Command 17.0 Released

JP Software has released Take Command 17.0. After the major UI changes in 16.0, we have made even more changes to the internals for 17.0. Take Command, TCC, [...]

Take Command 16.0 Public Beta – TCC features

Although Take Command 16.0 is primarily a UI update, I did add a number of features to TCC (the console command processor) as well. V16 includes an [...]

Take Command 16.0 Public Beta and the New Ribbon UI

JP Software has just released the public beta for Take Command 16.0. This is primarily intended as a UI update, though there are a number of new features for [...]

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 / 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 [...]