Take Command / TCC / TCC-RT Version 21 have been released and are available for download on the JP Software web site. Version 21 is a very (very!) big update - there are more new features in v21 than in any two previous versions of Take Command combined. See "What's New in Take Command Version 21" in the web help, or in the TCMD.CHM help file in the version 21 download.
There is also a stand-alone version of TCC. (This is intended primarily for some corporate customers, but we're also making it available to end users who only want the command processor at a reduced price compared to the full Take Command).
And TCC-RT has also been updated:
Take Command v20.10 has been released and can be downloaded from:
Take Command v20.10 is an internal architecture update focusing on performance, memory usage, and reliability. A number of the third-party DLL's have also been updated, and all known bugs have been fixed.
Take Command v20.0 can be downloaded from:
/downloads/v20/tcmd.exe (combined 32-bit and 64-bit installer)
Take Command v20 has hundreds of new features, including a new batch file editing creation toolbox, a new help system, ANSI support for all console applications, 3 new and 6 updated internal commands, 8 new or updated internal variables, enhanced regular expressions, updated Lua, Python, Tcl/Tk versions, and many internal performance and usability improvements.
Take Command v19.0 has been released and can be downloaded from:
Take Command v19 has hundreds of new features, including a new File Explorer interface (replacing the Folder/List View in v18), 8 new and 25 updated internal commands, 27 new or updated variable functions, 6 new internal variables, a profiler for the batch debugger, programmable tab completion, expanded help, and many new features in Everything Search.
Take Command v18.0 has been released and can be downloaded from:
Take Command v18 has hundreds of new features, including 7 new and 26 updated internal commands, 11 new or updated variable functions, 10 new internal variables, a regular expression analyzer, new batch debugger features, and now includes Everything Search.
Take Command v17.0 has been released and can be downloaded from:
We have rewritten Take Command v17 to remove almost all limitations (other than those in Windows) on the size of filenames, variables and commands. And Take Command v17 is faster and uses much less memory (between 10x and 100x less, depending on the operation). There are many other new features; you can see the full list in the "What's New in Version 17" section of the Take Command v17 web help:
Take Command v16.01 has been released and can be downloaded from:
16.01 has some new Take Command themes, and new versions of most of the third-party dll's.
Take Command v16.0 has been released and can be downloaded from:
Take Command v16 has hundreds of new features; you can see the full list in the "What's New in Version 16" section of the Take Command v16 web help:
Take Command v15.0 has been released and can be downloaded from:
Take Command v15 has more than 200 new features; you can see the full list in the "What's New in Version 15" section of the Take Command v15 web help:
The Take Command v15.0 public beta has been released and can be downloaded from:
We offer a free permanent registration key to anyone reviewing Take Command, for any kind of media (ezines, blogs, podcasts, magazines, newspapers, radio, tv, etc.). Please send us a key request using the contact form, and mention the publication.
We're launching our newly redesigned website. Let us know what you think!
NEW Take Command v13.03 and TCC/LE v13.03 are now available. See "What's New" in the online help for information on the new features.
NEW Take Command v13.0 is now available. Take the 30-day free trial for a test drive today, or order with our 90-day unconditional money-back guarantee. Take Command v13 adds more than 400 new features, including the best text and binary file viewer available for Windows. And the new command dialogs makes the most advanced Windows command processor also the easiest one to use! See "What's New" in the online help for information on the new features.
How is your company using Take Command? We're launching a new section of our web site featuring our customer's solutions to complex problems (or nagging Windows issues!). We'll give your company a page on our web site (including links back to your web site) to describe who you are, what you do, and how you're using Take Command to solve problems and create new opportunities. Contact us at email@example.com.
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