Every Windows user is familiar with the Command Prompt available in the operating system. Once upon a time time when DOS is the only operating system available, Command Prompt played a crucial role in issuing various commands and getting the results.
Later Microsoft removed the complete DOS environment and limited the Command Prompt to a shell. Now, coming to the point, Microsoft completely stopped the DOS shell in the latest insider build and replaced it with the most powerful tool called `Power Shell’.
If you issued cmd command in the run dialog box, instead of executing the command prompt now you will get the Power Shell. So Microsoft brought a major change in the opening system with the latest move.
At present Microsoft provided a provision to get the Command Prompt back by disabling a setting called ‘Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu when I right-click the Start button or press Windows key+X’ to Off’ in the personalization settings.
Actually Power Shell is not new to the Microsoft users. It offers more powerful features to those who use core commands in the operating system. The sophisticated tool is celebrating its 10th anniversary right now. The change will be reflected in the final build of the Windows 10 operating system soon. So get ready to use the Power Shell.