EasyConsole : a shareware utility by Soft Experience

EasyConsole 1.0              
 Easily pilot a MSDOS console using Windows GUI and saving commands

EasyConsole is a small program allowing to drive an MSDOS console from a Windows application saving you time when you need to launch again the same DOS instructions: on demand, you input a command-line with optional parameter values and the software saves them on a button; next time you need to launch again you just need to click on the button. You will gain on productivity and will be able to save a call to a batch file or any program that runs on command-line batch mode on Windows NT or any Windows system.

Main features

  • Run automatically a slave MSDOS console
  • Navigation through folders using Windows GUI generates the corresponding navigation in the MSDOS console
  • Stores the last 20 commands
  • Can store 10 common commands on 10 buttons

EasyConsole screen shot

  • Runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT 4.0/NT 2000
  • Language: English

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Free for personal use
For professional use
Buy it for only 10$US

Windows Console of EasyConsole

Windows master application (left) and the corresponding slave MSDOS console (right)



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See also the other utilities from Soft Experience  for Window-Macintosh file management on Windows computers or servers. 

MacNames : helps Windows-Macintosh cross-platform integration . This specialized Windows application is able to rename automatically Macintosh files stored on a Windows NT or 2000/XP Server, removing illegal characters and adding filenames extensions; then Windows can identify the appropriate applications associated with renamed files.

Idem : automates file synchronization and directory replication for Windows and Macintosh files stored on NT/2000/XP workstation or servers. 

Delenda for daily cleaning or transfer of the contents of a list of folders on a workstation or on a server depending on files dates (creation, modification, last access), when they become older than a specified number of hours You can also use it on command-line mode and optionally run it via EasyConsole.