Lists the cmdlets that are designed for use with Windows PowerShell providers.
Windows PowerShell includes a set of cmdlets that are specifically designed to manage the items in the data stores that are exposed by Windows PowerShell providers. You can use these cmdlets in the same ways to manage all the different types of data that the providers make available to you. For more information about providers, type "get-help about_providers".
For example, you can use the Get-ChildItem cmdlet to list the files in a file system directory, the keys under a registry key, or the items that are exposed by a provider that you write or download.
The following is a list of the Windows PowerShell cmdlets that are designed for use with providers:
ChildItem cmdlets Get-ChildItem Content cmdlets Add-Content Clear-Content Get-Content Set-Content Item cmdlets Clear-Item Copy-Item Get-Item Invoke-Item Move-Item New-Item Remove-Item Rename-Item Set-Item ItemProperty cmdlets Clear-ItemProperty Copy-ItemProperty Get-ItemProperty Move-ItemProperty New-ItemProperty Remove-ItemProperty Rename-ItemProperty Set-ItemProperty Location cmdlets Get-Location Pop-Location Push-Location Set-Location Path cmdlets Join-Path Convert-Path Split-Path Resolve-Path Test-Path PSDrive cmdlets Get-PSDrive New-PSDrive Remove-PSDrive PSProvider cmdlets Get-PSProvider
For more information about a cmdlet, type "get-help