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Production Support Analyst for a small software company.

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comment Running Multiple Instances of Firefox
@njd I'm going to hold out for a solution, but +1 for all the extra info.
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comment Running Multiple Instances of Firefox
@Software Monkey Yah, it's the first real wall I've hit w/FF.
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comment Running Multiple Instances of Firefox
The question was about running concurrent instances, not about to kill instances until you aren't running concurrent instances anymore.
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comment Running Multiple Instances of Firefox
I believe I mentioned I was already doing this.
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comment Can you zip a file from the command prompt using ONLY Windows' built-in capability to zip files?
@Peter Mortensen Wow... I think I have to accept that don't I?
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comment Can you zip a file from the command prompt using ONLY Windows' built-in capability to zip files?
@quack I was holding out in the hope of some obscure command that I didn't know about. I can see how you might find that a difficult requirement if one doesn't exist, didn't mean to put anybody out.
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comment Can you zip a file from the command prompt using ONLY Windows' built-in capability to zip files?
+1 Good solution that will "Just Run", but I choose BAT for several other reasons not listed. So I would prefer a BAT solution.