In simple terms, a Powershell alias is an alternative name for a cmdlet, function, executable, script, and so on.
Parameters in powershell, also known as arguments, options or switches, help with the passage of arguments or allow users to provide input.
We’ll learn how to discover new cmdlets using get-command, as well as, how to get information on what a cmdlet does and how it can be used, using get-help.
Lets get started with PowerShell 7. In this short huide we’ll learn what PowerShell is, how to check or update/upgrade our installation and much more!
Since PowerShell is a text-based user interface, the only way to interact with it is to type commands, these commands are called cmdlets.