WinBatch


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WinBatch

A Windows batch file program from Wilson WindowWare, Inc., Seattle, WA (www.windowware.com). Batch files are used to automate repetitive tasks. Using the .WBT file extension, a WinBatch file is a series of Windows Interface Language (WIL) commands. The optional WinBatch compiler generates .EXE files that can be run on any PC.
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This tool utilizes Unix and Windows scripts that are developed to encompass and supplement FSO toolkits (Gold Disk, SRR, Winbatch).
Wilson WindowWare, Seattle, Wash., has introduced new upgrades: WinBatch 2001 and WinBatch+Compiler 2001.
Both groups who use WinBatch, desktop customizers and network engineers, will find a lot to like in this new version.
2001 is the tenth anniversary of WinBatch. Wilson WindowWare is celebrating with their first major upgrade in three years.
Since it creates WinBatch batch scripts, Compiler users can make executable Windows programs with it for unlimited distribution throughout an organization.
WinBatch 2001 packs workarounds for Windows problems along with extenders for Windows 2000/NT, ADSI, and the latest Novell client.
WinBatch 2001 excels in controlling Windows, the applications that run on it, networking, communications, database access, and Internet functions.
WILSON WINDOWWARE has updated its WinBatch product, a batch script editor, debugger, interpreter, and optional compiler.