I hope it doesn’t require .Net framework since I’m not going to install it, but is there a way to hide batch scripts from appearing in the taskbar? For XP.
Let’s say I execute abc.bat to perform some commands, but I hate seeing abc.bat in the taskbar. I’m thinking maybe there’s something in making a .vbs (VBScript) file to do it, but I don’t know.
Looks like I found the almost-perfect answer:
the process take 3 files. one launch.bat one invis.vbs and one (your program)
in launch.bat(this files runs your program silently) put in…
wscript.exe “C:\yourpath\invis.vbs” “your file.bat”
in invis.vbs put…
CreateObject(“Wscript.Shell”).Run “”“” & WScript.Arguments(0) & “”“”, 0, False
It would be better if only one or two files at most would be needed…That plus I do see that abc.bat appearing in the taskbar for the first split second.