Concept Help In Powershell

Fred Weinmann gives us a reading list of Powershell built-in documentation:

Newcomers to PowerShell are often faced with a lot of things to learn, a lot of disorienting features and little in the way of obvious guidance. While there are quite a few good books out there by now, finding the right one is not always easy.
That said, PowerShell comes with a lot of built in documentation:
Get-Help about_*
Will list a whole lot of articles explaining many a concept, but finding just what you need – especially before you know all the right words to search for – is a lot harder.

There’s a lot to this and more seasoned developers can skip a lot of it, but if you’re just learning about Powershell, I think it’s a nice ordering of where to start learning.

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