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Kate-X2574-Jul-22 3:38
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Even though PowerShell has a not so great syntax, it's a god-tier shell.

You can call bash from PS whenever you need UNIX tools.
You can call .NET from PS whenever you need to configure anything system wise. Anything.
You can call the Windows Store when you need to install anything vaguely supported by Microsoft.
You can use those god-awful Node-esque scripts when you need to transpile/polyfill something front-end related.
You can patch system level .dll's to enable advanced remoting features.
You can remote from anything into anything.

Only downside is the security. If you listen to Microsoft, they will tell you they have experts that understand and patch common vulnerabilities quickly.
If you actually use it for a couple of years, you'll quickly notice their understanding of security resembles covering their ears and yelling "lalala I can't hear you" very loudly.
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