Start your applications hidden in the background without interface, with HideApp
We often need to use applications which don’t require any user input, but show bothersome interfaces or prompts, such as batch files. (By the way, here is how you can close a batch file window immediately after execution.)
HideApp is a utility capable of generating shortcuts which will start your applications in the background, without any on-screen console nor interface.
You’ll just have to type the full path to the application you want to hide, and HideApp will do its work. At the moment, HideApp supports .exe, .bat and .com files.