Category Archives: windows

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

A better Windows command line experience: Comparing PowerCmd vs. Console2 vs. ConsoleZ vs. ConEmu Vs. Cmder

A short while ago I wrote a post about Console2. Then a reader suggested I try ConEmu or Cmder. So I did. Then I also tried PowerCmd and ConsoleZ. Here is what I thought of each, and which I recommend for you. Continue reading

Today’s Readings

The latest installment in my “Today’s Readings” series, offering my rants and thoughts based on findings from around the world-wide web. Happy reading! Continue reading

A better Windows command line experience using Console2

My day-to-day work load requires that I have at least six separate Windows command lines running. Opening them all every time I restart my PC, navigating to the correct directories, copying and pasting the necessary command into each one, and then toggling between the ambiguously-named instances is… annoying. Find out how I moved them all into a single, tabbed app, gave each tab a descriptive name, have each one open in the directory I need it in, and fire the first command I need each to run. Continue reading