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Instantly access more than 70 commands and features of Windows Vista and XP

Commands in Demand is a freeware tool, especially for non-technical users of Windows Vista and XP, which provides easy access to more than 70 Windows commands and features that can be hard to find or time consuming to get to.

These includes shortcuts to terminate non-responsive applications, restart Windows Explorer, view/clear the clipboard, open a command prompt in a selected folder, access system folders, view TCP/IP configuration settings, etc.

Following are some of the commands that are available in your demand:

- Hide / Show Desktop Icons
- Icons Extraction from files
- Taskbar Hiding, Transparency Level to the Taskbar
- Transparency Level to the Active window
- Windows commonly used and hidden applications starter
- Screenshots of whatever is visible
- Safely Removal of USB Drives
- Memory Instantly Cleaning
- Non-Responding Applications Killing
- System Drives Quick Cleaning
- System instant General Refresh and many more.

All commands are very easy to access through a user-friendly interface.

Download Commands in Demand from here.

More information from programs home page.


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