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Author Topic: Rapid Environment Editor - Freeware Windows environment variables editor  (Read 6712 times)

lanux128

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just noticed this on shellcity. similar to DC's System Path Commander.

Rapid Environment Editor (RapidEE) is an environment variables editor. It includes easy to use GUI and replaces small and inconvenient Windows edit box. RapidEE supports all Windows versions, including Windows Vista.
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haven't tried it yet but it's very cool looking thing, and could be quite useful.

i still think that System Path Commander deserved a lot more attention than it ever got -- it's a prefect example of a program that does one thing REALLLY well, with a really clean and simple user interface.

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i still think that System Path Commander deserved a lot more attention than it ever got -- it's a prefect example of a program that does one thing REALLLY well, with a really clean and simple user interface.

I think the same about:
http://www.totalcmd....plugring/envvar.html

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i still think that System Path Commander deserved a lot more attention than it ever got
totally agree - its one of the first tools I install on a fresh machine. It's really cool, but It doesn't work on vista :(

//edit:
Oh - I see it has been updated -  I assume it works with vista (by looking at the screenshots) - very nice :)
« Last Edit: October 23, 2008, 04:09 AM by crono »

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System Path Commander does work on Vista.  I agree, not as much attention as it deserves, quick clean and easy and does exactly what it is built to do.

Rapid Environment Editor helped a lot when I installed Vista for the first time.  I have used it a couple of times since to add command line utilities to my path, and it's dead simple, clean, and fast.  Love it.  Glad to see it here.
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