LinuxWorld: Command-line NT: it does exist!

LinuxWorld’s Gerald Carter teaches us how to use Windows NT.

“From native commands to Unix ports and from shells to daemons,
you may be surprised how many Linux-like options you really have on
NT. Gerald Carter stocks his command-line NT administration toolkit
with free and commercial utilities in this month’s There and Back

“One of the major complaints launched against Windows NT from an
administrative viewpoint is that it has very weak command-line
capabilities. When compared to Linux, this may be true. But Windows
NT is not as crippled as some people claim. Now, I am not stating
that the Windows NT command interpreter cmd.exe can compete with
bash on any level. But there are some functional command-line tools
available for Microsoft’s premier operating system. Not many of
them actually come from Redmond, though…”

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