TCC/LE x64

Feb 10, 2010
5
0
#1
I was under the impression there is an x64 version of TTC LE.

then I found this:

64-bit versions of Take Command and TCC (Not in LE)

So I wanted to ask will there be an x64 version in future or is this an exclusive feature of Take Command?


Thanks

Jeremy
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
10,588
97
#2
> I was under the impression there is an x64 version of TTC LE.
> then I found this:
>
> ---Quote---
> 64-bit versions of Take Command and TCC (*Not in LE*)
> ---End Quote---
>
> So I wanted to ask will there be an x64 version in future or is this an
> exclusive feature of Take Command?
Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
 
Dec 14, 2009
8
0
#3
Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
But there's no stand-alone TCC anyway, right? I've been a loyal, paying user of NDOS, 4DOS, and 4NT, but now I'm forced to use TCC/LE or buy the whole Take Command when all I want is TCC, and the upgrade is a whopping $50.
 

rconn

Administrator
Staff member
May 14, 2008
10,588
97
#4
> ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
> Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64
> versions of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
> ---End Quote---
> But there's no stand-alone TCC anyway, right? I've been a loyal, paying
> user of NDOS, 4DOS, and 4NT, but now I'm forced to use TCC/LE or buy the
> whole Take Command when all I want is TCC, and the upgrade is a whopping
> $50.
TCC is included in Take Command, and you can run it either in a Take Command
tab window or stand-alone.

There is no TCC-only upgrade available.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Feb 10, 2010
5
0
#5
Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
Sorry for my delay, thanks for your fast reply.

I take a look at TCC and it seems really nice. But don't think I belong to the target group of it.

Going back to Windows command prompt in 64 bit Vista.

BTW: May the http://www.jpsoft.com/Comparison.html list should show which version support has x64 support.

Jeremy
 
#8
More professional guy's that can make use of these countless features.

I do not write big batch files and may only use a handful of the feature that I really love, like the command history or inkey.
The target group is anyone who uses a command line plus everyone who should, i.e., everyone who uses a computer. I'm still amazed that people use a computer without a good command line. I guess people just like doing things the hard way.
 
May 26, 2008
492
3
#9
Jeremy, you really don't need x64 TCC/LE on Windows x64. The 32-bit version works just fine. I use TCC/LE x86 on Windows 7 x64 quite successfully.