Thursday, October 21, 2010

Kill the current .bat execution with CMD Killer.

As you all may know that, a batch file is a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed by the command interpreter.
Batch files are useful for running a sequence of executables automatically and are often used to automate repetitive or tedious processes.
DOS batch files have the filename extension .bat.

On clicking the batch file, the commands saved in the batch file will be executed, and sometimes the commands saved in the batch file will be dangerous.
There are batch commands to format all drives in PCs.
If we click on that type of files, its necessary to stop the execution of that batch file.
I have created a small application to stop the execution of the current running batch file.
As this application kills the CMD, I named this application as "CMD Killer".
I made it because, its a very useful application to me, because most of the times i work with batch files.
I think this application will be useful to you too.
You can download this small application from here.

Feel free to comment about this post and application.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great post if you ask me. Thank u for providing this information.

Joseph Writeman
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