PowerCmd enhances your command prompt with an easy-to-use Windows GUI-style interface and allows you to run multiple consoles within a single tabbed window. Save and restore sessions, Auto-log, auto-completion are easy solutions to daily needs.
Features: PowerCmd creates Windows GUI type interface to run CMD prompts. You will be able to run multiple consoles simultaneously. The consoles can be organized in several ways. You can place the windows horizontally, vertically or in a grid. You can easily organize multiple consoles in vertical, horizontal, and grid forms. PowerCmd adds a "PowerCmd" context menu option on file system folders, giving you a quick way to open a command prompt window pointing at the selected folder from Explorer right click context menu. A new instance of PowerCmd will be created to carry the tabbed prompt window. Each view presents a tabbed control, which organize multiple command line windows with associated tabs. The whole main window can be minimized to a system tray icon. You can save and restore your command line sessions from last time. You can create a full screen mode too.
PowerCmd supports standard generic text editing behavior. You can cut, copy and paste using the conventional Windows shortcuts, drag and drop text within PowerCmd. It allows you to use shortcut key to add a bookmark, and easily move between bookmarks. Recall commands from history buffer by F7 & F8 commands. The application allows you to save the output of consoles automatically. Quickly find items in the command window by highlighting words and word find buttons on the toolbar. PowerCmd allows you to customize a toolbar for quick launching applications, batch scripts and command prompt commands, which can be launched to current console, start a new one or even not in a console.
Overall: Nice and convenient tool.