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PowerShell and Command Prompt are two command-line interfaces (CLI) provided by Microsoft. Both of them offer powerful capabilities to perform various tasks on Windows machines. While Command Prompt has been around for several decades, PowerShell was introduced in 2006 as a more modern and advanced CLI. This article compares PowerShell vs. Command Prompt and helps you decide which one to use for your tasks.

Published by on under Command Prompt | Editorial

Sometime we need to filter out a console command output and display only the portion that we want to show to the user. This could be based on any specific term or string that we want to include or exclude based on our requirement.


Today, here in this post, we are going to discuss on this and learn how to extract/filter the said information from the console command output.

Published by on under Batch File | Command Prompt