TCC, etc., needs an easy way to reassociate .bat files with cmd.exe. I ran into a problem with a browser hijacker named Softrama. One of the tools to remove it is Junkware Removal Tool, JRT.exe. But when I run JRT it creates a .bat file and then can't run the file because it expects cmd.exe, not a third-party program. I tried reassociating .bat with cmd.exe, but "how to do it depends on who you ask." Everything I have seen involves all sorts of registry edits, frequently suggesting changes to keys that don't exist. I uninstalled TCMD but all that did was leave .bat files with no association. I tried using "open with other program" to reassociate .bat files but the "Always use this program" box is grayed out. Obviously there are times when companies need to re-purpose a computer or do other things (such as running malware removal software) , which could involve removing "specialty" software such as TCMD / TCC without having to reload Windows. There should be something equivalent to tccbatch.btm that reassociates .bat files.