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Take Command

The Ultimate Command Line Toolkit

$99.95
v27 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 10 (& Server 2016/2019)
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Sure, you're pretty good at figuring out Windows, but nothing beats the level of power and flexibility that you can achieve by going to the command line prompt! And while you may consider yourself an expert at the command line, today's discount software promotion is going to supercharge your experience! It's Take Command!

Take Command is an interactive GUI and Windows command line toolkit that makes working with command prompts easier and much more powerful. With Take Command, you'll get tabbed console windows, big improvements to standard Windows file movement commands, a cornucopia of over 200 new commands, plus thousands of additional features. If you're into batch file programming, you'll love the extensions offered by Take Command, which include DO loops, error handling, exception handling, block-structured logic, and an integrated IDE featuring a powerful editor and debugger, plus support for third party plug-ins.

With the ability to customize themes, colors, menus, toolbars, and windows, Take Command is designed to fit well into the way that you like to work. And when you're ready, you can start learning the TCC scripting language, featuring hundreds of internal commands, functions, and variables that let you accomplish the work of dozens of Windows CMD lines in just one or two!

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kydara Wow! I used to use 4DOS over 30 years ago, version 3 or 4 if I remember correctly. I ran a BBS (90% won't even know what that means...sigh) and somebody uploaded it to the shareware files section, so I tried it out. I remember the batch language being so intuitive and easy to learn, way better than MS-DOS' batch language.

Just the day before yesterday, I was contemplating how to get a particular task done, thinking to myself "boy in the old days we didn't have to search for an app to do what we wanted, we just coded it ourselves!" and took a peek at JPsoft's website. Wow, sure would be nice to score a copy of 4NT, but $100 is just too steep.

And then this in my inbox this morning! Now, even at $50 it still isn't cheap, but I think I'm gonna spring for it. Gonna start writing some .BTM files again. :)
Jun 8 at 7:12am Copy Link
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PG Is there any discount on the renewal price? It is the same whether I renew or buy this new license. It is expensive either way. Can you please give your existing customers a break too?
Jun 8 at 5:25pm Copy Link
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Rex Conn The BdJ discount is only for new licenses. We don't make any money on it after splitting it with BdJ, but the hope is we'll get some upgrades in the future. If we cut the upgrade price in half & split it with BdJ we would be losing money on every order.

We do offer a free license to anyone who writes an online review.
JP Software - Jun 8 at 5:57pm Copy Link
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Rick I purchased DVD Video Converter and HD Video Converter for different computers a few years ago; after using a previous bitsdujour giveaway of HD Video Converter. The program has worked great, is updated for compatibility and with new features on a regular basis and technical support responded in less than a day on the two occasions when new passwords were needed for new versions. The user interface could be a bit more refined in some instances, but this does not impact functionality and the programs do not consistency prompt when an updated version is available, but the updates can be easily downloaded. Overall, I would recommend either program without reservations.
Jun 8 at 5:59pm Copy Link
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Daniel Gaudet When purchasing a license, do we need to purchase the 1 year extended support subscription at the same time, or can we purchase it anytime within the next 90 days?
Jun 9 at 3:12pm Copy Link
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Rex Conn Extended Support must be purchased (the first time) in combination with a new or upgrade license. Thereafter, you only need to renewal Extended Support (yearly).
JP Software - Jun 9 at 5:00pm Copy Link
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Daniel Gaudet @Rex Conn: Thanks for the quick answer!
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