How to use Windows commands easily

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There are a lot of ways to access Windows XP and Vista commands. You might want to read these two posts learn what are the most useful commands for your Microsoft operating system. However, if you are not into computers and you are looking for something quite easy to use which doesn’t  involve learning tedious commands by  heart, here is the right solution for you.

Command in Demand is a freeware application which provides to non-technical users a easy way to access more than 70 Windows commands and features. 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. Here is a list of its most important features:

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
» 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

If you want to know more or if you just want to download the application, visit the official website.

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