Windows Admin MSH
Windows admin made easy
Monad, a new command shell, gives Windows a new lease on life
System administration has always been windows’ Achilles’ heel. The graphical tools that simplify basic chores just get in the way when there’s heavy lifting to be done. And CMD.EXE, the hapless command shell, pales in comparison to the Unix shells that inspired it. Win32 Perl has been my ace in the hole, combining a powerful scripting language with extensions that can wield Windows’ directory, registry, event log, and COM services. But I’ve always thought there should be a better way.
Jeffrey Snover thought so, too. He’s the architect of Monad, aka MSH the radical new Windows command shell first shown at the Professional Developers Conference last fall.
|b00k0t||Nema nekoj link so poveke informacii?|
|BorisVM|| x86: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=51989&clcid=0x409
samo x64 ja nema.