Try Out PowerShell in Windows 7 in Your Development Efforts
Been trying out Windows 7?
Try out the Windows PowerShell 2.0 graphical scripting editor. PowerShell is used by ISV developers and testers to build out, install applications, and run tests against your own code. You have access to .NET Framework from within PowerShell. And you enabled your own applications from within PowerShell.
PowerShell 2.0, with the Group Policy Management Console (available as a separate download), allows IT Pros to use scripting to manage Group Policy Objects and to create or edit registry-based group policy settings in Windows 7. Similarly, you can use PowerShell to configure PCs more efficiently, using richer logon, logoff, startup, and shutdown scripts that are executed through Group Policy.
Click here to take a quick video tour of Windows PowerShell 2.0.
Posted: Friday, March 06, 2009 4:15 PM by Bruce Kyle