Edit Windows batch files with AutoStarter GUI
AutoStarter is a free utility that works mainly as a graphical user interface for the creation of batch files. Power users may not need a gui to create bats, but not everyone remembers all those arguments that make Windows bats so powerful.
AutoStarter can help you to automate everyday tasks using batch files. You can have it to start programs, open internet locations, execute file operations, etc., even asking the user to confirm actions before they are executed.
You can use a simple button to let the program load paths to files you are going to include in your batch file, then add arguments.
The interface is simple, not exciting, but pleasant enough and well organized. It won’t cover “all” possible batch functions, but it covers a lot. Of course you can save your projects to make sure you won’t need to repeat your precious editing.