Command-prompt replacement that allows you to run multiple console apps simultaneously in tabbed windows, work with a built-in text editor, as well as use UNIX commands and shell scripts.

  • FireCMD
  • Version :2.0 Build 26
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Brainasoft

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FireCMD Description

FireCMD is an advanced command-line environment that helps you execute various tasks in a user-friendly layout.

In addition to the command-line capabilities, the utility accommodates several smart tools, such as FireCMD command shell, terminal emulator for Windows (console emulator), text editor, UNIX for Windows, 218 new commands, and snapshot grabber.

User-friendly looks

FireCMD sports a multi-tabbed environment that allows you to work with different tasks at the same time.

This way, you can run multiple command-line or console applications simultaneously, including the CMD.exe, Bash, PowerShell, and Cygwin.

In addition, you may edit multiple text files at the same time and easily alter the source of programming/scripting language (e.g. Java, C/C++, Perl) and compile/run data in another tab.

FireCMD command shell

The built-in command-line interpreter offers support for several features that make your work easier. You can insert filenames and directories by simply pointing to the target items, create up to 500 aliases (an alternative name or label that may refer to a command, file, path or string of a text), and work with command substitution using files.

It includes HTML and CSS support and is able to remember the command history for the next sessions, as well as last working directory. In addition, you can perform basic editing features (cut, copy, paste, delete), and save the command session to HTML or plain text file format.

Internal commands can be used for displaying text, listing files and directories, and opening a file, folder, or URL using the ‘open’ command. In addition, you can make use of a virtual UNIX environment on Windows for working with UNIX commands and scripts.

Console emulator and text editor

The terminal emulator offers you the possibility to run any 32- or 64-bit console programs and batch scripts, change the font, size, color, and style, alter the background color and image, enable the full screen mode or resize the window to fit your preferences, and specify the initial directory, arguments and startup command.

Furthermore, you can zoom in or out, take snapshots, search text in the console, as well as work with a text editor that supports customizable font color and background, Windows (CRLF) and UNIX (LF) line endings, and copy-paste actions.

An overall efficient command-prompt tool

All in all, FireCMD comes with several noteworthy features which make it an excellent command-prompt replacement/alternative for developers and system administrators.

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