Sunday, April 30, 2006 11:39 PM bart

Windows Powershell RC1

For those of you who have been living on Mars (no, that's not the abbreviation of Multiple Active Result Sets in ADO.NET 2.0): Monad aka MSH has been renamed to Windows PowerShell and last week the RC1 release of the product became available on The documentation pack for RC1 is also available via Have fun!

My only annoyance with this release is the more difficult name to type in order to launch the shell: msh.exe became powershell.exe which requires a bit more typing (also compared to cmd.exe). Maybe psh.exe would be a better choice? Notice the logo still has the letters MSH in it.

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