SilentCMD executes a batch file without opening the command prompt window. If required, the console output can be redirected to a log file.
|Download:||SilentCMD_1.2.zip (7 KB)|
|Operating System:||Windows 7 or newer|
|More information:||Version history|
You can call SilentCMD without parameters if required (e.g. when double-clicking it in Windows Explorer). In that case you have to specify the default parameters in SilentCMD.exe.config.
Why do you need that tool? I use it for running batch files from the Windows Task Scheduler, but I do not want to be interrupted by the command prompt window that normally would pop up.