Posts Tagged ‘Windows 7 batch’

Writing Useful Batch Scripts for Windows

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

An often overlooked utility in Windows is the use of batch scripts.A batch script is nothing but a text file with the ‘.bat’ extension containing a series of commands to be executed by the Windows command interpreter. Along with calling programs from the command prompt, branching and looping logic is also possible. In this blog, I demonstrate some useful batch script functionality; I use Windows 7 as the operating system. (more…)