In order to work easily with Powershell commands, you can list them, filter them, or get help for the individual Powershell commands!
1.) ... Listing with the Powershell Get-Command!
|(Image-1) List all Powershell commands on MS Windows OS!|
With the command
Get-Command -Name *copy*
you can clearly filter all PowerShell commands, here in the example all with the term "copy" in the name
(... see Image-2 Point 1)
|(Image-2) Find a Powershell command via filter on MS Windows OS!|
If you use Get-Help before the command in question, you can get helpful information about the Powershell command in question!
|(Image-3) Powershell commands help file to command and Syntax!|
FAQ 9: Updated on: 9 May 2022 16:17