While powerful, it tends to take a lot of time executing the command on Powershell.
–noprofile it's noticeably slower compared to
sh. It's advised to look at using
environment variables when using Powershell.
Command allows you run an arbitrary shell command. Be aware it spawn a new process to fetch the result, meaning it will not be able to fetch session based context (look at abusing environment variables for that). When the command errors or returns an empty string, this segment isn't rendered.
You have the ability to use
&& to stitch commands together and achieve complex results. When using
the first command that returns a string will be used (or none when they all fail to produce output that's not an
&& functionality will join the output of the commands when successful.
string- the shell in which to run the command in. Uses
shell -c commandunder the hood.
string- the command(s) to run