From Soft Experience:
EasyConsole Dos shell utility lets you navigate in drives and through folders using Windows issuing DOS commands on a slave MSDOS console, saving command-line instructions for future use. Last 20 commands are memorized and you will be able to store 10 long most used or favorite command lines on 10 buttons to be launched with a click instead of typing again and avoiding fastidious repetitive commands.
What's new in this version:
- Number of commands saved on buttons increased from 5 to 10 so that you have more possibilities to list a sequence of commands and remember the order you must launch them.
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