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Administrator 2.0    New  

Size:   1.69MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2016-12-30

Submit Date:   2016-12-30

OS:  Windows 2003/Vista/2008/7/2012/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   1612

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


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Reviewed on December 30, 2016

Not all PC users are comfortable using Windows Command Shell, but there are times when you may need to use the feature. Administrator is a useful application that helps you to give it a graphical user interface that you are used to, enabling you to use commands in "Explorer style."

Using Administrator

The application's installer gave us the option to create a desktop shortcut before completing the installation process, which was fast. When we launched the application, it opened a "Quick Tutor" window that displayed a brief tutorial. The program displayed different tutorials as we accessed different application features unless we marked the check box for not displaying any more tutorials.

The Administrator window appeared at the front with the Windows Command Shell displayed behind it. The application window featured a menu bar and tabs on the upper part while the lower part displayed the current PC user and number of executions.

The "Builder" tab allowed us to select the relevant command category in a drop-down list. Working with commands in the selected category was easy. We selected a command by clicking it. The currently selected command was highlighted in blue color while the commands with graphical user interfaces were highlighted light green. Some commands were underlined, which indicated that we could execute them by double-clicking. A scroll bar allowed us to see more commands.

As we selected commands and set switches, the command syntax was updated in the black text box on the lower part of the program window. We could execute the command by either pressing "Enter" or clicking the "Execute" button. Clicking the arrow next to the button gave us more execution options. When we executed a command, it appeared on the command-line interface and its result was displayed immediately.

We set switches by marking or unmarking check boxes to include or exclude the switches from the command syntax. The switches were coded in different colors, highlights and fonts depending on their respective characteristics.

If you are not sure of the category of the command that you want to execute, you can use the search facility to locate it using a relevant keyword.

Conclusion

Administrator is a freeware that enables people to use commands in the familiar graphical user interface when using the Windows Command Shell. The intuitive application is useful to both inexperienced users who are not familiar with the command line interface and experienced users like system administrators who have to use many cryptic and cumbersome commands. Less typing minimizes or even eliminates the risk of making typographical errors.

Software Product Description

Administrator consolidates commands, control panel applets, and management console tools into an easy to use graphical user interface.

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