Microsoft is finally re-doing it’s command line, the Microsoft Command Shell (MSH), to bring it up to date with it’s .NET inititatives.  If you know (or at least know of) Windows Scripting Host (WSH), do not despair.  The new MCS will be mostly Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-ins built on top of the existing MSH and WMI.  Don’t take my word for it, get it straight from Ars Technica.
“Also known by its code name Monad, the new Microsoft Command Shell hopes to revolutionize how Windows users interact with the command line. Ars looks in depth at the latest beta of MSH and what it has in store for Windows admins, programmers, and just about everyone else.”

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