Introduction: Cmd Accounts

Are you tired of starting your computer, firing up IE and waiting for 10 minutes? Than use this easy-to-make batch program. It has much more than IE. I have a bigger version of Accounts called Homes.

Step 1:

Start Notepad or Notepad++. You need some knowledge of Batch to do this. Type in the following code:

@echo off
title Cmd Accounts
:home
echo.
echo Cmd Accounts
echo ----------------------
echo.
echo 1) Start
echo 2) Exit
set /p menu==
if %menu%==1 goto start
if %menu%==2 exit
:start
echo.
echo Cmd Accounts Home
echo ------------------------------
echo.
echo 1) Start IE
echo 2) Start Chrome
echo 3) Start Safari
echo 4) Notes
echo 5) Notepad
echo 6) Exit

Continuing in the next step.

Step 2:

Add this to the code:

set /p o==
if %o%==1 start ie.exe
if %o%==2 start chrome.exe
if %o%==3 start safari.exe
if %o%==4 start StikyNot.exe
if %o%==5 start notepad
if %o%==6 exit

Comments

author
SovR (author)2016-02-12

It isn't working for me.

author
ismartroman (author)2015-09-19

Whenever I open it, it closes immeadiantly

author
amandaghassaei (author)2012-11-26

are these shortcuts permanent? or do you have to run this each time you boot the comp up?

author

Although I don't fully understand your question, and because no one else is bothering to answer you:

No, I don't think so. This batch file only starts your default browser once, and then every time you log in, you need to open it again. In my opinion it's faster just clicking on the shortcut...

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