Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 15th Sep 2011 08:58 UTC
Windows The client version of Windows isn't the only one getting overhauled. It's a little less sexy, but Windows Server 8 is every bit as different from its predecessors as the Windows 8 client. Server Core (Windows Server running without the graphical user interface) is the, uh, core now, and everything is done using PowerShell - either directly, or through the new Metro-style Server Manager which is a layer on top of PowerShell. The buzzword here is cloud - not the big one, but those smaller ones on intranets.
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RE[4]: Remove PowerShell
by turrini on Sat 17th Sep 2011 11:33 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Remove PowerShell"
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Sorry again dude, but you wouldn't change my stand with such crap.

*NIX owns the server market, and there's a big reason behind it: stable/scalable/powerful.

So your point is that PowerShell is done right and UNIX utilities aren't. Nice Try.

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