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Total Command Console
TCC/LE is a basic Windows command shell (formerly known as 4NT). TCC/LE is a replacement for the CMD command line (the default Windows command prompt). TCC/LE is a superset of CMD, with 111 internal commands (CMD has fewer than 40) and 240 internal variables and functions, and hundreds of enhancements to existing CMD commands. TCC/LE works with your existing command line applications and CMD batch files. But TCC/LE offers a big step up in command line and batch file capabilities, and adds thousands of new features to your command prompt windows.
To install Total Command Console, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco install tcc
To upgrade Total Command Console, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco upgrade tcc
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This package has no dependencies.
|Total Command Console 13.0.3||1397||Friday, March 23, 2012|
|Total Command Console 13.0.2||127||Friday, February 10, 2012|
|Total Command Console 13.0.1||91||Sunday, February 5, 2012|
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