A lot of people see PowerShell as conversion tool, but it can do so much more.
It can uninstall apps, inventory your applications. Rename files to a standard. Create shares, modify files and sessions and give an Administrator access to a computer without interrupting a session.
It is built on .net/c# so it can do everything a program can. You just have to know your property and methods on your objects.
I am mainly speaking about windows platform. I may do a write up on Linux impact.
I can write excel, word files with out office being installed, send emails and query websites for remote data. Consolidated information and write to databases. The list is ridiculous.
I wanted to interact more so I would like to take on a challenge from the comments. What is something you think you cannot do in PowerShell?!
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A conversion tool? Seems like a small view.
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Yea some people think of PowerShell as a small tool in the windows OS. A normal admin would think you can do only OS based reporting stuff, where as someone like yourself or myself might know it can interact with anything that can interact with the most network or most system regardless of OS.