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Tuesday, 6 December 2022
Hello, PowerShell lovers!
In this article, we will show you how to use PowerShell and give you some code examples to get started.First, you need to install PowerShell if you don't have it already. To do this, go to the Microsoft website and look for the "Download Windows PowerShell" link. Once you have installed PowerShell, open it by typing "powershell" in the Windows Start menu.Now let's get started. In the following example, we will create a new directory called "Test" and then write some code to create a new file called "Hello.txt" in that directory.New-Item -Path "Test" -ItemType FileHello.txtIf you want to see the output of the code that we just wrote, you can type the following command in PowerShell.Get-Content "Test\Hello.txt"Output:Hello.txtIf you want to see the contents of the "Test" directory, you can type the following command in PowerShell.Get-ChildItem "Test"Output:Hello.txtNow let's say that you want to remove the file "Hello.txt