A powerful replacement for CMD.EXE, the Windows command processor.
If you are frustrated by the limitations of the Windows command prompt, TCC/LE is the one tool you truly need. By adding thousands of features that Microsoft omitted, TCC/LE makes the command line easy to use, giving you more power and flexibility than you ever imagined. TCC/LE replaces CMD.EXE, the Windows command processor, and adds features such as extensive context-sensitive online help, plugins, aliases for commonly used commands, a powerful command line editor, history recall, filename completion (even across a network), popup command and directory history windows, and extended directory searches that can take you to any directory on your system by entering only part of its name. TCC/LE expands the Windows file handling commands and by doing so it gives you the ability to copy, move, delete, or list multiple files with a single command. You can select or exclude files from any command by their date, time, size, and extended wildcards for extraordinary flexibility. Enhanced command line editor with history, filename completion and cut & pasteBuilt-in screen scrollback bufferlets you review or print output from past commands at any timeEnhanced Directory Navigationlets you quickly browse and change directoriesBuilt-in file viewer includes scrolling, search, and print capabilities
· 10MB free disk space
· 128Mb RAM
What\'s New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Take Command/LE and TCC/LE are now available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
· Removed the (non-Windows) limits on filename and argument size. The maximum filename size (dictated by Windows) and single argument size is now 32,767 characters.
· The maximum (input) command line is now 65,535 characters.
· The maximum expanded command line size is now 131,072 characters.
· Fuzzy directory (jpstree.idx) updates (in MD, RD, DEL /S/X, etc.) are twice as fast as v12.
· The Take Command (and Take Command/LE) toolbar has a new button \"V\" that will call the new file viewer VIEW (see below).
· All of the popup windows (history lists, filename completion, @select, etc) have an edit control on the toolbar. Entering a search string there (or just typing while the popup window has focus) will eliminate non-matching entries from the window. The search string can also contain wildcards. (For example, entering *jpsoft* in the edit control at the top of the window will select all matching lines that co...