📅 2011-Jul-30 ⬩ ✍️ Ashwin Nanjappa ⬩ 🏷️ alias, powershell ⬩ 📚 Archive
PowerShell comes built-in with aliases for almost all commands from the Windows command prompt (like
dir) and the most common commands from Linux (like
ls). You can also define your own aliases if you find the PowerShell commands too verbose for your taste.
To view the list of all aliases currently available and their definitions, type:
The easiest way to remember this is that all the PowerShell aliases live in a separate drive whose name is
alias: So, to list the contents of this drive we use the above command.
Since, the aliases
ls are also mapped to
Get-ChildItem, you can also list all the aliases by typing either of:
dir alias: ls alias:
Pick your poison 😊
Tried with: PowerShell 2.0