You might have experienced many difficulties like ” Not able to Kill Running Application”, “Can’t close a Non Responding Application” etc. while working with windows. There are many such similar problems like that. Newbies will find it hard to solve these problem (not just the above two alone). It wont be easy for them to quickly solve these windows problems. So, here is a tool that has a collection of 70 useful commands which is embedded into one application for instant use. This tool will be a boon for the non-technical users.
Commands in Demand is a free handy tool for Windows 7, Vista and XP that has more than 70 commands that may be needed instantly for a purpose while working with Windows.
Commands in Demand comes with many easy shortcuts to terminate non-responsive applications, open a command prompt in a selected folder, restart Windows Explorer, view TCP/IP configuration settings, view/clear the clipboard, access system folders etc.
To make things easier Commands in Demand has categorized the commands according to were its commands are related. The commads are categorized as Application errors, Application visible window, Clipboard, Desktop, Devices, Files and Folders, Graphics, Icons, Internet, Memory and CPU, Network, System, SysTray, Taskbar, and Windows applications.
How to Use Commands in Demand
This tool is ver easy to use. Just install the application, run it, select the required category to execute the needed commands.
Some of the Commands Available with Commands in Demand:
» Applications’ Shortcuts creator to minimize applications in the System Tray.
» 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
» Image Convention 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 and more….
These commands are very useful for all the windows users. Hope You will love it.