One of the easiest ways to learn programming and automate your job.

The work with Powershell is simple. It helps many people to automate their tasks in work or home. Start leaThe work with Powershell is simple, and it helps many people automate their tasks at work or at home. Start learning Powershell is one of the best ways to learn programming basics. When you start using Windows Powershell, you can see the results of your learning immediately. Please check my Powershell definition – read What is Powershell (is not only for tech Geek) post.

It’s not only for tech geek or admin.

When I started using Powershell I started with automating IT infrastructure admin tasks. Now  Windows Powershell helps me also with automate some office tasks, prepare some reports, automate sending the When I started using Powershell, I started automating IT infrastructure admin tasks. Now Windows Powershell also helps me automate some office tasks, prepare some reports, automate sending the notification, backup my files, and many others. For more detailed examples, you can read three simple examples of Powershell for Everybody (for you too). Powershell is not only for the tech geek. It’s for everyone!

 

Let’s see how you can start using Powershell.

If you have a workstation with Windows operating system, you don’t have to install additional software. Powershell is the default program in Windows.

If you read this article on Windows workstations, you can start the Powershell console just now and see what it looks like. If you want to know how to start the Powershell console, please read the post on three essential steps to start using Powershell.

Powershell wasn’t always available on any platform. Now, it can be running also on Linux or MacBook computers. Please visit the PowerShell GitHub Community Website if you want to read more about other platforms. 

What next? Just learn and use…

The next step you can take is to start to learn and practice. Powershell needs time to learn. All commands and script lines you will write make you a more experienced user of Powershell. More explain you will find in Powershell basics for everyone.