An overview of the most popular PowerShell Modules
Key terms related to PowerShell
Key terms of the PowerShell Scripting Language
Hyper-V PowerShell Module
The Hyper-V PowerShell Module is a bundle of commandlets for creating and administrating virtual machines in Microsoft Hyper-V with PowerShell.
Microsoft 365 PowerShell Modules
Microsoft 365 PowerShell Modules is an umbrella term for a range of PowerShell modules that can be used for administering Microsoft/Office 365 services such as Exchange Online, Microsoft Teams or SharePoint Online.
A PowerShell module is a package containing PowerShell cmdlets, providers, functions, workflows, variables and aliases. Modules are suitable for organizing, bundling and sharing PowerShell commands easily.
PowerShell command-line shell
PowerShell is a command-line shell released by the Microsoft Corporation in 2006.
PowerShell aliases are alternative descriptors (usually abbreviations) for PowerShell commandlets.
PowerShell Commands, also called Commandlets or Cmdlets, are the smallest unit of the PowerShell scripting language, consisting of a verb, a noun and a parameter list.
PowerShell editors are text editor programs designed specifically for editing PowerShell script code.
PowerShell Scripting Language
The PowerShell scripting language is an object-oriented programming language associated to the PowerShell command-line shell.