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CmdLi 1.17

CmdLi is an acronym for CommandLine Light.


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  • Last Updated: Aug 30, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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CmdLi is a System Utilities software developed by Colin Gymer. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for CmdLi:

Brothersoft Editor: CmdLi is an acronym for CommandLine Light. With CommandLine Light, commands can be dropped directly from the windows desktop. In this way, programs can be started faster because you do not need your mouse. On your desktop appears a small window, which can be accessed by mouse click or hot keys.

CmdLi tries to react intelligently to requests by recognising the command or document type. This will always start the apropriate application (the example above will start your prefered browser and shows the given website).

Here are some Highlights of CommandLine Light:

* Internal DOS commands recognized automatically.
* All other DOS commands executed based on the PATH variable.
* DOSKEY macros (also known as aliases) can be read from any file and used by CmdLi.
* Input beginning with an exclamation Mark '!' is interpreted as a DOS command.
* The input of a single exclamation mark '!' launches an MS-DOS box.
* Files are executed by checking their extension against the registry database. The appropriate program is then launched, and the file loaded.
* Indicates a directory. Explorer is opened automatically at the given directory.
* If an http or FTP URL (uniform resource Locator) is input, the Default browser is launched and connects with this URL, the URL can be in the forms http://*, ftp://* or also in the short form www.* and/or ftp.*.
* With the CD command, the working directory can be changed as with MS-DOS. All following commands are then referenced to this directory.

Of course, CmdLi stores command input History. The number of commands stored can be changed between 1 and 999. Moreover, the history may be stored permanently so that all commands successfully interpreted may be retrieved. History may also be used as with MS-DOS using the DOSKEY command, type a character and press F8. History can be searched using F7 (a dropdown list appears), and may be deleted using + F7.
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