I know, i know, that you can download Cygwin to try Linux under Windows. But, if you copy all of the exe's of Cygwin, you can use it too. You do not have to install it. If you copy the exe's (and some dll's too) to a location which is in your path. For example in %windir%. Do i that, but i also copied some other nifty little programs accessible in the path: c.exe program to browse throught directories in DOS zip,arj dos zip and arj nircmd NIR CMD line utility bat2exe batch to exe converter uptime see the uptime of your machine wol commandline wakeonlan tool and all of the commands from Cygwin. If you are interested and for your convenience i've zipped the contents as described above. Link : http://bit.ly/lvPpvc Just unzip the contents of DOS.zip to your windows folder.