New command explorer, searcher, and builder for Windows removes most complexities of commands by creating syntax for you


Posted October 26, 2021 by commxp

Introducing CommandXpress, the first high-level command builder for Windows that allows you to easily discover and use commands without thinking about or having any knowledge about command syntax.

 
Anyone who has used a command before knows that commands are cryptic & cumbersome. To use commands, you must know about existing commands & their switches or options. You must also know about switch prefixes, about switch sequence/arrangement, and about switch exclusivity (which ones cannot be used together). CommandXpress was created to allow you to use commands without having any of the aforementioned knowledge.

With CommandXpress, you do not need any knowledge about what commands exist because you can use keywords to search for the right command/tool to use for any task. In CommandXpress, selecting a command exposes a list of all its switches so you also do not need any knowledge of what switches are available for any command. By removing almost all of these knowledge requirements, CommandXpress has made commands much more accessible and easier to use than ever before.

CommandXpess gives you an intuitive 'explorer style' graphical interface which allows you to easily browse, explore, and build commands. Commands are displayed to you according to the category you select such as "network," "hardware," "active directory," "security," and so on. Under each category, commands are structured like a horizontal tree whereby clicking on a command exposes a list of its subcommands or its switches. To set a switch, you simply click on it and provide text values or select options such as 'yes' or 'no.'

With thousands of commands & subcommands available in Windows, even experts can sometimes forget which command to use for a task thereby requiring them to look up command references. CommandXpress comes to the rescue with an integrated command search engine that suggests to you the command(s) you can use to carry out a task. You simply tell the search engine what you need to do using keyword phrases such as "create user account", "change user password", "join computer to domain", etc and the search engine will list the commands that you can use to carry out the task. This search engine not only makes commands more accessible for experts, but it also makes it easier for non experts to discover, access, learn about, and use commands.

Windows administrative/configuration commands and tools can be found in the command prompt, in the control panel, and in the Microsoft management console. It is inefficient to have to go back and forth between these three interfaces to access or use a tool, especially when you are not sure of which tool to use. CommandXpress fixes this by consolidating the tools contained in these three interfaces into its single interface for quick and easy access through browsing by category or searching.

You can get help for any command instantly in CommandXpress with a single click saving you time and typing. Hovering the mouse over a command gives you a short description of what the command is used for which also reduces referencing time while increasing accessibility to commands. These are just some of the features of CommandXpress.

CommandXpress is shareware. Initially, you will be able to use all commands but some commands will be disabled later on after a number of executions. You will still continue to access most commands forever and you can restore access to all commands at anytime by purchasing a license key for $7.

See a video demonstration at: https://youtu.be/il5E9mN_szY
Get more information and download a fully functional copy at CommandXpress website: https://www.commandxpress.com
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Issued By Danliti Yuwadi
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Categories Computers , Software , Technology
Tags command , Shell , builder , prompt , Utility , System , computer
Last Updated October 26, 2021