Microsoft Windows PowerShell 1.0

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Microsoft Windows PowerShell 1.0

Pros

  • Brings Windows scripting into the .NET era, allowing you to do far more than you could with VBScript

Cons

  • The syntax will take you some getting used to – an IntelliSense equivalent would be a nice touch

Bottom Line

Getting PowerShell is a no-brainer. It’s a no-cost scripting tool that you’ll find a use for before long, so it makes sense to get a copy now and get to grips with it a bit before you have to start using it in anger.

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