Although younger users may not even know about the existence of batch (*.bat) files, those who got familiar with PC’s in the 80’s — 90’s know how useful and convenient they are for a great number of purposes. Batch files can be used for complex batch file renaming, installation of certain system components, one-click selective cleanups on your hard drive, syncing local and network folders, creating backups of important documents and doing many other things that would normally require a standalone application. BAT files date back to the times of MS-DOS, but they are still widely used by computer enthusiasts and advanced users for automating various routine tasks.
Dr. Batcher is one of the best-of-class batch file editing tools available on the market today. Offering a remarkable scope of functions, it can be used by novices and professionals alike. The former will prefer the simple mode based on wizards and guides, while the latter will be able to put their knowledge of complex scripting to good use in the professional mode that features a comfortable script editor with code highlighting and code tooltips. You can also switch between these modes at any time. The software features full support of the most commonly used DOS and Windows commands and support of environment variables. If you need to use additional commands on a regular basis, you can add them via XML. Since Dr. Batcher works with DOS and Windows scripts, it will also help you quickly cross-convert scripts from and into corresponding encodings and even export BAT files to HTML, RTF and TeX formats. The program has a built-in automatic updates tool, supports Windows 7 and comes with a number of templates and sample files for you to practice on.
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