Windows Batch files can be used to automate or to run a sequence of operations. This includes starting multiple applications when windows starts up, clearing temp folder when a shortcut key is clicked, Ending certain unwanted processes etc
You can even do more than starting programs with the built-in file management functions like Copy, Rename, Makedir, Delete, End Process, Kill Process and Text to Clipboard. Batchrun batch files can be launched from Explorer or placed in StartUp folder or on the Desktop.
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- Launch files of any filetype and dialup connections
- Internal commands: Run, Copy, Rename, Makedir, Delete, DelTree, End Process, Kill Process, Text to Clipboard
- Wildcard support for Copy, Delete and DelTree
- Makedir nested folder creation
- Drag and Drop between Explorer and Batchrun
- Support for date and time tags
- Command line parameters can be passed to Batchrun script files
- Save batch files directly to Startup and Desktop
Note: If you are using the portable version of BatchRun make sure that you associate ‘*.brs‘ files with this application.
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