Powershell: 2 Books in 1: The Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Taking Control of The PowerShell Command Line & Best Practices to Excel While Learning PowerShell Programming by Miles Price
PowerShell was first introduced in November 2006 and, since then has gone on to be improved with the result that we now have PowerShell 5.0. PowerShell is a programming language, object oriented like C and Python and an interactive command line shell that is designed to help automate certain system tasks and to create management tools for some of the more common processes.
Inside you will receive an overview of the PowerShell, how it works and what you can use it for, as well as a brief overview of the more helpful commands. This should give you a firm footing in using PowerShell to make life more productive and easier.
It was designed by Microsoft to make it easier to automate tasks and to help make admin tasks a lot less tedious and far easier to solve. For example, PowerShell can be used to show you all of the computers on your network, or all of the USB devices you have. You can also use it to carry out an admin task that takes a lot of time, having it running in the background while you get on with other stuff.
You can find processes that have stopped responding and kill them off or find particular information about a computer on the network and export that information in HTML format. In short, the capabilities that PowerShell has have given you the ability to create scripts and put several commands together to automate those tasks that are repetitive and tedious.
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