UNIX/Linux command line cheat sheet

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Windows Powershell Commands Comparison with MS-DOS and LINUX

Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell
cmd.exe / COMMAND.COM
(MS-DOS, Windows, OS/2, etc.)
(Unix, BSD, Linux, Mac OS X etc.)
Get-ChildItem gci, dir, ls dir ls List all files / directories in the (current) directory
Get-Content gc, type, cat type cat Get the content of a file
Get-Command gcm help help List available commands
Get-Help help, man help man Help on commands
Clear-Host cls, clear cls clear Clear the screen
Copy-Item cpi, copy, cp copy cp Copy one or several files / a whole directory tree
Move-Item mi, move, mv move mv Move a file / a directory to a new location
Remove-Item ri, del, erase, rmdir, rd, rm del, erase, rmdir, rd rm, rmdir Delete a file / a directory
Rename-Item rni, ren, mv ren, rename mv Rename a file / a directory
Get-Location gl, pwd cd pwd Display the current directory/present working directory.
Pop-Location popd popd popd Change the current directory to the directory most recently pushed onto the stack
Push-Location pushd pushd pushd Push the current directory onto the stack
Set-Location sl, cd, chdir cd, chdir cd Change the current directory
Tee-Object tee n/a tee Pipe input to a file or variable, then pass the input along the pipeline
Write-Output echo, write echo echo Print strings, variables etc. to standard output
Get-Process gps, ps tlist, tasklist ps List all currently running processes
Stop-Process spps, kill kill,taskkill kill Stop a running process
Select-String n/a find, findstr grep Print lines matching a pattern
Set-Variable sv, set set env, export, set, setenv Set the value of a variable / create a variable