Batch files have been around for almost as long as files themselves and still remain one of the most efficient solutions in a great number of situations, such as manipulations with multiple files, installation and uninstallation procedures, and a whole lot more. Thanks to their simplicity, batch files can be created in any text editor and generally dont require any special knowledge or skills. However, they can be made quite complex and functional, and thats when a regular text editor stops being an obvious choice. If you work with batch files on a regular basis and the complexity of your code is higher than average, you should consider trying Running Steps!
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