To convert your VBScript to an .exe file, or rather make them look like one, there is a native Windows tool called IExpress which you can access through your menu's searchbar. Select Create new Self Extraction Directive file and choose Extract files and run an installation command afterwards. Enter a package title and decide whether ... Read more
You can time shutdown on your computer easily by creating a short VBScript that contains either only the shutdown command or shutdown command with an integrated second timer. If you do not add a timer, you can also use Windows' Scheduled Tasks function to have the computer shut down at a specific time. The VBScript ... Read more
You can use MS Windows' VBScript to write a script that is able to log into a remote mail server such as googlemail or any other with your account data and send mails from that server. This can be used to retrieve logs via attachments or to just automate mail processes. The bare script to ... Read more
If you need to have multiple commands in one line in MS Windows' VBScript, you can accomplish that by using the colon (:) operator. The following line of script will display two message-boxes after each other: Msgbox"Hello." : Msgbox"Hey!" You can leave as much space as you want between the commands and the colon.
If you have the problem that you have really long lines in your VBScript that contain only one command, but need to be broken to be able to overview it, you can use the Underscore (_) operator. Placing a space character followed by an underscore at the end of the line will make Windows treat ... Read more