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  • 2
    stop telling lies 🤨
    jk
  • 4
    Yes! Once you get the hang of it, it can do wonders

    By the way, if you need to build a GUI but are a bit lazy, there's a website called "poshui" (as far as I remember) that makes it easier.
  • 0
    Kind of cool yes but he wil melt your RAM :,(
  • 2
    @camillerr *Laughs in 32GB*
  • 2
    Yeah I agree, especially last update that added emojis simplified my life. I can now instead of smiling write smile face inside terminal.
  • 1
    I've used a Linux all my life and I will agree when people say powershell is powerful. Its not unix-ey powerful but still pretty powerful none the less.
  • 4
    @TobyAsE @sergiolarosa89 you fools, now you are going to attract the anger of all linux fanboys, runnn!!!
  • 5
    Powerful.
    Still sucks.
  • 3
    @dontbeevil I love Linux, too! But I acknowledge that Powershell is not a piece of shit.
  • 1
    @TobyAsE I prefer windows, but I don't say that linux sucks
  • 5
    Thanks, I now have vomit in my mouth.
  • 1
    anyway it's too funny read linux fanboys cry out loud
  • 1
    I tried to use it once. But it was slow to open and I kind of forgot about it. I am still curious about it. :)
  • 2
    @TobyAsE Ive got your back. If you’ve ever watched Jeffrey Snover talk about why MS created Powershell you begin to realize that it’s a well planned tool. The syntax came directly from Snovers personal experience with Unix derivatives. The whole reason they made it was to create a “bash for Windows”. Its a powerful tool for its environment, I don’t understand the disrespect. It makes VB script obsolete, it interfaces with machines as far back as Vista, it calls .NET classes basically natively. The only weirdness is that it’s an object based shell, which is super unintuitive for someone coming from bash but when you grok it, it’s an API calling machine and *how a Windows shell should work*!
  • 0
    @Diactoros the hate isjust because is ms... Or as they call it: m$, microshit, ecc...
  • 0
    @dontbeevil which let’s be real, they’re a publicly traded company, so M$$$$$$ is accurate. But at least they made Powershell. Can you imagine managing a Fortune 500 global infrastructure via point and click?
  • 2
    @Diactoros *cough* and VSCODE
  • 0
    @melezorus34 Accurate, BUT go setup an Exchange server for me 100 times via the point and click boxes, and after you get to 10 and go “isn’t there a better way?” I’ll be waiting.
  • 0
    @melezorus34 Clone it with a VM you say? What a good idea! Wheres the Microsoft tool to do that? Oh, I see. Okay, no, I’m a tech pro, I’ll do it myself. Wait, what’s this about licensing your software? It’s tied to the individual machine you say? So I can’t clone my licensed but, perfectly configured server? Ah. Well surely I can just use a script to do this for me? Oh, its Visual Basic and batch scripts? Well at least I can grep for output... wait what? No text processing via the command line?
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