X2Shell brings the power of X2A2 technology to your Shell / Console processing needs. Utilizing a simplistic language-set, it can automate anything from simple "DOS" tasks to complex operations and support jobs. It runs natively as a console application, meaning that it can either run batch jobs entirely, or integrate seamlessly with them. However, it can also interact with the user in ways that a traditional console application cannot. Some of X2Shell's execution types: - command - Launch a new process / executable or shell extension - http - Retrieve web pages or data from internet web servers - mail-to - Send an SMTP mail message to one or more recipients - msmq - Manage Microsoft Message Queues - powershell - Extend the power of X2Shell by incorporating Powershell - registry - Interact with the Windows Registry People that should consider using X2Shell: - If you think that DOS "BAT-files" are too "old-school", but you still need to automate jobs - If you are struggling with Powershell, and would like something easier - If you need to run jobs for managing a small, medium or enterprise environment - If you would just like to play around with a new language and try it out If you are curious about the X2Shell, or even X2A2 programming in general, download it for free and try it yourself. We have included a couple of examples, and highly recommend that you explore. Please also refer to the X2Shell Developer Reference to learn how to make the most of X2Shell for you.
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