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Review: Take Command 14 command line utility is easier to use than PowerShell

At a Glance

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  • Take Command 14
    $100.00

    For serious work in the console, few utilities (if any) can match the prowess of Take Command. It's not cheap, but for command line jockeys, the savings in time and errors are worth the price.

At a Glance

For serious work in the console, few utilities (if any) can match the prowess of Take Command. It's not cheap, but for command line jockeys, the savings in time and errors are worth the price.

Price when rated: 100

Pros

  • Contains an editor and debugger for batch scripts
  • Builds on existing commands so you can start using it right away
  • Supports multiple command processors, so you can have bash and cmd.exe tabs

Cons

  • Expensive
  • The trial version shows very frequent nag messages
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