Microsoft Replaces Command Prompt With PowerShell As Windows 10 Default Shell

Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Build 14971. The latest release brings many new features likes the ability to read EPUB books in Microsoft Edge web browser, and the new Paint 3D application. Another big change in Build 14971 comes in the form of making PowerShell the default shell in Windows 10.Microsoft has included Command Prompt in its Windows operating systems since a very long time. One the other hand, PowerShell is a comparatively newer and more powerful shell in Windows operating system. With this change, Microsoft aims to bring “the best command line experiences to the forefront for all power users”. < Lees meer bij de bron >

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