Whereas Bash typically relies on a combination of newer tools and classic Unix utilities, the PowerShell has its own set of command-line programs. Win- dows refers to PowerShell commands as cmdlets. The PowerShell cmdlet called Get-Process is a counterpart to ps, and the cmdlet Get-Content corresponds to less. PowerShell differs significantly from previous Windows command shells. In this article, I look at how Windows Vista PowerShell compares with Bash.
Windows PowerShell vs Bash
Posted on Sunday, Jul 13 2008 @ 17:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Marcus Nasarek from Linux Magazine did a comparison of Bash vs PowerShell, you can check it out in this PDF file.