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Microsoft Windows PowerShell

If you are looking for Microsoft Windows PowerShell, you have come to the right place. We explain what Microsoft Windows PowerShell is and point you to the official download.

What is Microsoft Windows PowerShell?

Microsoft Windows PowerShell functions basically as a scripting language and as command-line shell that is task based. This shell is specifically developed to be used by system administrator. The software is intended to aide IT professionals so as to control power users and to also automate the Windows-based operating system administration.

Microsoft Windows PowerShell is likewise capable of ensuring the smooth operation of the applications that run and exist on Windows. Its commands called cmdlets allows users to thoroughly manage any system directly from command line. Users are also provides with access to data stores which also include certificates and registries and similarly to file systems.

Furthermore, the platform is also equipped with capabilities that let users manipulate objects. Manipulation can be performed by sending tools or sending data to databases. Microsoft Windows PowerShell is also built on an extensible interface that lets users navigate and explore the utilities and tools of the software.

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File types supported by Microsoft Windows PowerShell

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About file types supported by Microsoft Windows PowerShell

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Last updated: : December 1, 2022