: : Ok,it well know that modern OSes and programming languages, prevent users
: : to access their machines in the way they want to.
: : Another today fact is that command line tools as 'command.com' are going to
: : disappear in the few next years.So, noone but a programmer, will be able
: : to make simple things with his machine unless he has a specific software
: : for that.Why not anyone can show a message box, make a delete, a dir command
: : or play some mp3s or videos from his command line ? Why microsoft dont update
: : 'command.com' to support the Windows but prefers to kill it ?
: : To get in the point, i made a program and name it 'commander32'.
: : Through this program, i tend to bring as many Win32 APIs as i can, up to
: : the surface of Windows Shell, emulate all of the old 16bit 'command.com',
: : and much more. The 'commander32' interpreter just execute the code in
: : its plug-in.
: : If anyone wants to implements a command or two, or,
: : wants to see what is all about,
: : please visit here : http://www.geocities.com/xkvirusgr/commander32.htm
: You can work with files (delete, copy, move) using existing COMMAND.COM, but that is it - you cannot do any GUI from that COMMAND.COM, so why invent a wheel?
i think the wheel is already somewhere in the OS but hidden and secret,
i think that i can find him and that we can turn him as we like