Execute a command at the DOS prompt
There are times when command line utilities are very handy, such as ipconfig, ping or writing a small batch file. To execute a command at the DOS prompt, you can start the command with ‘>’ (greater than) inside Blaze, and you will get the command prompt window with the output.
An additional cool feature in Blaze is the recognition of context (directory) that is open in Windows Explorer. When you have the Explorer window open, the same CMD command you execute from Blaze, will be executed in the context of the current directory. For example, when you are in the ‘My Documents’ folder and if you type:
…you will get a DOS window with search results from the documents folder, which have the string ‘ubuntu’ in them.