PowerShell for Windows

So Microsoft likes to say it’s bridging the Windows and Linux/Unix world. I call bovine effluent on that. Why?

I’ve been getting familiar with PowerShell and I see that ls and cat work. But no head function at all . Guess I’ll have to roll my own. Pain in the ass.

Guess I can just fire up my Centos install on my VM and use that.

One thought on “PowerShell for Windows

  1. I know this wasn’t the point, but I stiffened at the word effluent. “No,” I said “it should be effluence.
    I looked it up. Son of a gun there is a difference – you’re right of course. But now I know !

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