What is the basic command element in PowerShell?

Table of Basic PowerShell Commands

Command alias Cmdlet name Description of command
gc Get-Content Gets the contents of a file.
gci Get-ChildItem Gets the files and folders in a file system drive.
gcm Get-Command Gets all commands.
gcs Get-PSCallStack Displays the current call stack.

How many commands are there in PowerShell?

Over 200 cmdlets can be used in PowerShell. Windows PowerShell command prompt isn’t case-sensitive, so these commands can be typed in either upper or lower case. The main cmdlets are listed below: Get-Location – Get the current directory.

How do I start a PowerShell script?

Click Start, type PowerShell, and then click Windows PowerShell. From the Start menu, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click the Windows PowerShell folder, and then click Windows PowerShell.

How to master Windows PowerShell?

– Exploring WMI Classes – Swallowing The Red Pill – Filtering WMI Results – Direct WMI Object…

What can I do with Windows PowerShell?

“Windows PowerShell is an interactive object-oriented command environment with scripting language features that utilizes small programs called cmdlets to simplify configuration, administration, and management of heterogeneous environments in both standalone and networked typologies by utilizing standards-based remoting protocols.”

How to write Basic scripts in Windows PowerShell?

Move the cursor to the Script Pane by clicking anywhere in the Script Pane,or by clicking Go to Script Pane in the View menu.

  • Create a script.
  • See How to Use Tab Completion in the Script Pane and Console Pane for details about using the tab completion feature to help in typing.
  • How to run PowerShell commands from the command prompt?

    Delete all local Azure Cosmos DB Emulator data by right-clicking the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator icon on the system tray,and then clicking Reset Data….

  • Delete all emulator data in this folder %LOCALAPPDATA%\\CosmosDBEmulator.
  • Exit all open instances by right-clicking the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator icon on the system tray,and then clicking Exit.