Windows 10: CMD and PowerShell

Discus and support CMD and PowerShell in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hi all, I run Windows 10, v 1803. Clicking Start, typing CMD, there is only "Command Prompt (desktop application)". Win key + X shows "Windows... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by dschaareman, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. CMD and PowerShell


    Hi all,


    I run Windows 10, v 1803. Clicking Start, typing CMD, there is only "Command Prompt (desktop application)".

    Win key + X shows "Windows PowerShell" and "Windows PowerShell (Admin)".


    If after Win key+R I choose Windows PowerShell" pops up a message:


    Same with the other option "Windows PowerShell (Admin)".


    How to make Windows PowerShell (which seems to be a replacement of Command Prompt) functional?

    :)
     
    dschaareman, Jul 4, 2018
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  2. Derek12 Win User

    PowerShell instead of Commandline in Creators Update

    For what I use cmd (ipconfig, ping, diskpart...) PowerShell works just fine
     
    Derek12, Jul 4, 2018
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  3. RejZoR Win User
    PowerShell instead of Commandline in Creators Update

    Ok, can someone tell me the point of PowerShell replacing old CMD in right click Start menu? I wouldn't mind it if god damn syntaxes weren't totally different than in CMD.

    Tried to flash my GTX 980 the other day, open the thing as admin, like before and blue window shows up. So I said, ok, they changed the color. Tried to execute the utility and it refused. Then I looked well and I see it's not CMD but PoweShell. And now I have no clue how to use the damn thing. Luckily I could dig up old CMD from Search, but it's dumb, because CMD is now digged somewhere and PowerShell is where CMD used to be.

    How do you frigging use this damn thing?
     
    RejZoR, Jul 4, 2018
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  4. Kursah Win User

    CMD and PowerShell

    PowerShell instead of Commandline in Creators Update

    Interestingly enough my personal laptop just got the update...and still has Command Prompt listed, not PowerShell...

    Edit: Not that it matters...I use both regularly. *Toast :toast:
     
    Kursah, Jul 4, 2018
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