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Sornsamet/Sidebar This lesson introduces the PowerShell console.

Objectives and Skills


  1. Read Wikipedia: Command-line interface.
  2. Read The PowerShell Console.


  1. Watch YouTube: Customizing the Shell.


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Hi! Your contribution 'Our Page' should either be a user page or a subpage of the course you are working on. I couldn't tell which part of the course would be appropriate, so I've moved it to User:Sornsamet/Our Page. You can move it under the course instead if you like. Ask your instructor for assistance if you are unsure how to proceed. -- Dave Braunschweig (discusscontribs) 13:33, 28 July 2014 (UTC)