Command Line can be really easy to use and can be only the option in certain circumstances. There are UPS es which execute a configurable .bat file when power goes off or returns back. In case you are using Dual Monitors with your Windows PC, you might need command line to control features of your dual monitor computer. Now the Dual Monitor Software offers various command line options to control various aspects of a dual monitor computer and lots of other things.
As of thing writing there are 26 command line options which can be used on a Windows XP or Windows Vista Computer. However on a Windows 7 computer few extra command line option will be available. The command line options work in number something like Program.exe 1 or MyProgram.exe 2, etc. The numbers specify the command to be executed from a list of options to control a single, dual or multi monitor windows computer.
A typical installation of the dual monitor software MurGeeMon may be installed as “C:Program FilesMurGeeMonMurGeeMon.exe”. Now the program supports various command line options such as
1 This option will change the primary monitor on a dual monitor extended windows computer,
2 This will disable Primary Monitor and will make the Secondary Monitor as Primary Monitor,
3 This command line option will toggle the state of Secondary Monitor, in case the secondary monitor is disabled it will enable it or if it is enabled it will disable it,
and so on
In case you do wish to use the command line to disable all secondary monitors from a batch (.bat) file, you can add an entry to the batch file something like as given below
“C:Program FilesMurGeeMonMurGeeMon.exe” 4
Note : In case the software has been installed in any other folder, you would need to change the program path in the batch file.
Another easy way to get the correct command line option is to create a dual monitor shortcut on desktop using the option Create Dual Monitor Shortcut, Right click on the desktop shortcut, Select Properties , Navigate to the Shortcut tab and copy the Target path of the shortcut.