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A look at the Microsoft Command Shell

Posted on Thursday, October 27 2005 @ 09:41:54 CEST by


Microsoft is planning to give people more control of its operating system by including a new shell. ARS Technica decided to take a closer look.
On the Linux platform, the text-based shell is the nexus of computational control and the point at which proper articulation of will can transform commands into consequences. The emulated DOS command shell found in Windows is a shallow farce by comparison, and Microsoft has done little over the years to imbue it with greater power. Now Microsoft is prepared to augment its antiquated command line with a revolutionary new shell that will provide Windows users with a whole new level of control. The Microsoft Command Shell (MSH) features a unique object oriented syntax, extensive support for versatile .NET technology, and an adequate assortment of commands. Available for free download from Microsoft's Beta site, the second MSH beta release provides profound insights into the future of the Windows command line.
You can learn more about the Shell over here.



 



 

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