Windows Command Line Utilities 11.0      

Size:   3.52MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2018-02-13  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

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Reviewed on October 10, 2017

Specific administration tasks that should be completed on desktops or laptops running on Windows 7/8/8.1/10 require the use of the command line in certain cases.

For example, if you are using a device running on Windows 7, all you need to do is to look for the search box on the bottom left of the screen, and type 'cmd' and click 'Enter' to show the classic yet functional black-and-white box. A functional and familiar short-cut for many looking to get into the customer environment. And for the busy professionals who regularly use Windows, who can ever forget about the classic Windows command line utilities, like 'Ipconfig' and 'Tasklist'?

These commands are helpful not just because you get a glimpse of the system, but also put you on top of things. So just imagine how exciting it was to discover a number of alternative command line utilities available in the market, developed by independent developers who also share the love for Windows.

Updated Command Utility, Improved Functionality Thanks to Its Features and Programs

A great product now available online is Windows Command Line Utilities. This release of the Windows Command Line Utilities solves the incompatibility of A1c in x86 architecture. This complements the earlier updates, where the developer introduces the 'emptyBlankLines,' and correction made on the C compiler, after receiving concerns from Visual Studio.

There are no significant changes in the command lines, except for modification made on the A1c for it to finally work with x86 architecture. You will still find the same number of programs for both sub-directories, Win32 and x64.

There are more than 30 command line utilities included:

  • 'a1c', a converter for Hemoglobin A1c to blood glucose;
  • 'case ' - change letters to uppercase/lowercase;
  • 'bitCounter' which tracks the one and zero bits in file;
  • xargs - run a command with arguments;
  • much more

User-Friendly Command Line Utilities for Windows

Running these programs is an easy task as they are portable and do not require installation. The applications are user-friendly, as this software allows the user to get help and assistance easily, and you can do it by appending any command with "-h" such as: "bitCounter -h" on the device's command prompt. Windows Command Line Utilities is a helpful addition to your Windows toolbox.

Software Product Description

30+ freely distributable native Windows command line utilities.

What's New in version 11.0:

  • Fixes several crashing programs caused by an error in one source file.