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PowerCmd is a leading Windows Command Prompt replacement with Windows-like behavior, modern and sleek user interface. PowerCmd interprets commands through Windows Command Prompt, has a configurable WinXP style interface with multiple panes and tabs, and more enhancements: You can easily manage multiple prompt windows in some predefined ways, save logs automatically, search and highlight words, auto-complete commands with associated icons, and more:Organize command line windows
Main view are splitted with specified layouts. Every view represents a notebook control, which organize multiple command line windows with associated tabs. The whole main window can be hide to a system tray icon (in the notification area of the taskbar). See also: ScreenShot with annotations. Enhanced Windows style text editing behavior
PowerCmd supports standard generic text editing behavior. You can cut, copy and paste using the conventional Windows shortcuts, drag and drop text within PowerCmd.
PowerCmd still supports traditional column selection mode of the prompt window when ALT key pressed. Auto Save Logs
To help prevent loss of your work, PowerCmd allows you to save the output of consoles automatically. This capability doesn't impact your interactive operations on consoles, but can protect your data if console or your computer unexpectedly quits, and can provide you the history log of consoles conveniently. Highlight keywords on a console and Word Find Buttons
PowerCmd search toolbar puts a search box for consoles, making it easier than ever to find anything you want on a console.
Once you've used the console search toolbar to find some keywords on a console, there's no need to scroll around looking for your search terms. The Highlight button instantly lights them up on the page, making it easier to find relevant information.
Finding a particular word on a console can be frustrating. With the PowerCmd Search Toolbar however you easily jump to the first instance of a word by typing it into the Toolbar search box, then clicking on the Toolbar's Word Find button to find each additional occurrence of the word.Auto Completion
AutoComplete makes files under current dictionary easily accessible. You can display a list of files using TAB key. The system icon for files is displayed before the file names. When a file name from the list is selected, you can press TAB or ENTER to insert that file name into your command line.Configurable
- Set start directory
- View/Hide line numbers
- Enable/Disable word wrap
- Rule for log file name when enable auto-save
- Behavior of triggering Auto-Completion
- Customized behavior when double clicking on tab (start, exit and etc.)
- Set font face and size, font color and background color
- Set commands which will display directories for auto-completionDownload Here