PowerShell: getting along with cmdlet
As I've said in the previous post, cmdlets can be seen as the working unit of this new shell. If you're starting with Powershell, you should start by seeing the available cmdlets. This can be easilly done through the get-command cmdlet:
PS :> get-command
After running this command, you'll get a list of all the cmdlets that have been installed in PowerShell. Another usefull cmdlet is get-help. You can use it to get info on another cmdlet. for instance, if you run the following:
PS :> get-help get-command -detailed
you'll get all the info associated with the get-command cmdlet. These 2 cmdlets should be enough to get you busy on the next hours since they let you explore all the available cmdlets.