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Windows 7: How do I create my own custom commands in Windows 7

21 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
How do I create my own custom commands in Windows 7

Hello Everyone,
I want to create a utility software where i can create my own custom commands like copy, rename, move, delete etc. But i don't have any idea how should i proceed so please help me in this regard that how should i proceed further.

Which language i should use to create it?
OS Platform : Windows 7
Any tutorial will also be helpful.

P.S. This is my first post in this forum so any advice will be appreciable.
Please help me as soon as possible.
Thank You. :)

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21 Jan 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit


If you're really serious about it, You can make tweeks in the Registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Keyboard Layout

Id advise backing up the Registry first

Registry - Backup and Restore
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21 Jan 2013   #3
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1

FileMenu Tools does most of what you may want ( it can be used in both Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit) FileMenu Tools Brings Advanced Context Menu Features To Windows 7 64-Bit

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22 Jan 2013   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
Thank You for Replying but...

I saw the filemenu tool but basically what i want to do is to create a console mode utility tool which can be used with any software. So for that purpose initially i want to create a single system tool to do these things then further i can patch it with any software.
So the look will be like when i open utility.exe file then a console will show up where i can write any command that i've created to do multiple tasks like edit registry, edit any file, move any file, delete any file etc. As command prompt works in windows something similar to that.

So please help me in that direction.

Thank You. :)
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