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Take Command

The Ultimate Command Line Toolkit

$99.95
v24.02 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 7, 8, 10 (including 64 bit)
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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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Robert User @Rex/jpsoft

I looked at the jpsoft.com website hoping to find a changelog. I found the documentation contains what's new but it is for full versions only, and it does not show the date of when the version was released. The forum has some info on version 22, 23, and 24, but I could not find any specifics on dates other when the posts were made.

Where can I find an actual changelog for all versions? Thanking you in advance.
Jul 24 at 12:48pm Copy Link
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Rex Conn We don't have a single changelog covering all versions and minor builds. The new features are covered in the "What's New" section of the help; the bug fixes are in the build update announcements in the Support Forum.
JP Software - Jul 24 at 3:10pm Copy Link
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guy t974 Hello ,
does take command offer similar features to what macro utility applications offer, or is quite different ? Thanks !
Jul 25 at 1:13am Copy Link
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Rex Conn Take Command supports macros as a (very) small part of its overall feature set. If you are only looking for a macro utility then Take Command is probably more than you need. If you're looking for a more powerful command processor, batch programming IDE, and tabbed console interface that also has support for macros, then give Take Command a try!
JP Software - Jul 25 at 5:04am Copy Link
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Michael R. Will v25 fall into the 3-months-free-upgrade-window (or in other words: will today's buyers get v25 for free)?
Jul 26 at 3:05am Copy Link
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guy t974 I have bought a copy , the learning curve seems to be steep , but the potential to do much more than what windows explorer has to offer in terms of file manipulation for instance seems also to be worthwhile. I'll probably need to ask for help on the forums though :)
Jul 26 at 5:51am Copy Link
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Rex Conn Michael R. - yes, v25 will be a free upgrade for today's buyers.
JP Software - Jul 26 at 6:07am Copy Link
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Rex Conn guy1974 - please do visit our support forums (https://jpsoft.com/forums). We have a very active community of users that love to help out.
JP Software - Jul 26 at 6:13am Copy Link
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Matt Hello Rex,

I purchased an earlier version of Take Command here on BDJ.

Are you able to offer a discount for your past customers that want to upgrade to the current version?

Thank you.
Jul 26 at 9:11am Copy Link
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Rex Conn The BdJ deal is for new copies only. The problem with discounting upgrades as well is after splitting the payments with BdJ, we would lose money on every upgrade order. (We break even on the new copy orders - the hope is that we'll attract new users who will upgrade in the future.)
JP Software - Jul 26 at 10:06am Copy Link
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Matt Hi Rex,

I can understand that.

I just bought version 24.

Thank you for your willingness to offer us the free upgrade to version 25!
Jul 26 at 1:34pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Thanks for the answer, just bought it.

Another question about a maybe later purchase of the extended support (including upgrades):

Is it sufficent to have a licence of any former version of TakeCommand, even if it is not the latest version or has been purchased earlier than one year?
OR
What's the latest date, I have to buy extended support (for $39), after my purchase today?

Thanks a lot...
Jul 26 at 7:12pm Copy Link
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Rex Conn Extended Support can only be ordered together with a new or upgrade order.
JP Software - Jul 26 at 7:43pm Copy Link
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