Go Saying Goodbye to ‘Command Prompt’ in Windows 10: PowerShell Takes Over

Microsoft just released the compilation 14971 of Windows 10, and in this latest edition of the desktop operating system has made a significant change for some users: the traditional command console, the ‘Command Prompt’ which was the last vestige of those systems MS -DOS originals, loses protagonist to forced marches.

What does for Windows PowerShell, a much more powerful tool than just these days has spent 10 years available although it was more oriented to be used by advanced systems administrators and users. We continue to have access to the ‘System Symbol’, but this measure makes it clear that its role in the operating system is becoming less relevant.