Creating a file in PowerShell:
echo $null hello.txt # create an empty file
echo "Hey" hello1.txt # create a file with some text
cat filename and
type filename shows the output of a file.
Get-ChildItem | Format-List lists the files and folders. You can also use
gci | fl if you don't want to type the full command.
Get-ChildItem | Format-List * lists a very detailed output.
Get-ChildItem | Format-Wide lists the files and folders.
You can format the output in so many ways.
Get-ChildItem | Out-GridView gives you so many options to filter your dataset.
mvis more of a Linux way to do that also works in PowerShell.
mvis an alias for
Move-Item cmdlet. Similarly, there are other commands such as
rm and more...
Similarly, we can remove a file or a directory using the command
rm. Please note that to remove more than one item you need to specify a comma
rm .\hello\, .\hello2\.