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Learning Powershell Commands

CommandWhat is does
pwd print working directory
hostname my computer's network name
mkdir make directory
cd change directory
ls list directory
rmdir remove directory
push push directory
popd pop directory
cp copy a file or directory
mv move a file or directory
more page through a file
type print the whole file
robocopy robust copy
forfiles run a command on lots of files
dir -r find files, dir -r -filter
select-string find things inside files
help read a manual page
helpctr find what man page is appropriate
echo prints some arguments
set export/set a new environment variable
exit exit the shell
runas become super user root DANGER!
attrib change permission modifiers
iCACLS change ownership
$|$ The | takes the output from the command on the left, and "pipes" it to the command on the right.
$>$ The > takes the output of the command on the left, then writes it to the file on the right.
$>>$ The >> takes the output of the command on the left, then appends it to the file on the right.
* matches anything in a wildcard like *.txt
Created by: Lokkemat