70 Common Windows Commands Into One Application for Non-Geeks

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image Commands in Demand, the current version at 9.6, is a collection of commands that may be much needed instantly one time for a purpose for a non-technical users.

Commands in Demand provides non-technical users with easy access to more than 70 Windows commands and features that can be hard to find or time consuming to get to. The program includes shortcuts to terminate non-responsive applications, restart Windows Explorer, view/clear the clipboard, open a command prompt in a selected folder, access system folders, view TCP/IP configuration settings, etc.

The program comes with a selection menu that organizes all tools into different proper categories. Because some of the tools may be used for multiple places you may find them duplicated in several categories. Here are some of the commands that are available in the package. » Applications’ Shortcuts creator to minimize apps in the SysTray » Clipboard real-time Editing » Color Sample Picker » Command Prompt starter in any folder of the System » Desktop Icons Refreshing » Desktop Shortcuts Copy to a desirable folder » Device Manager with Hidden Devices » Hide / Show Desktop Icons » Icons Extraction from files » Images Convertion of known formats » Internet Searching with Two Engines simultaneously » List Alphabetizer Application » Memory and CPU Info » Memory Instantly Cleaning » Non-Responding Applications Killing » Running Processes Killing » Safely Removal of USB Drives » Screenshots of whatever is visible » System Drives Quick Cleaning » System instant General Refresh » System’s Clock Hiding » System’s Volume Mute » Taskbar Hiding » Transparency Level to the Active window » Transparency Level to the Taskbar » URL Shortcuts creation » User’s and Common System Folders browsing » Windows commonly used and hidden applications starter » WinLogoKey shortcuts simulator Download Commands in Demand 9.6 here [Source via Web Upd8]

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