PowerShell vs. Bash Shell
Both PowerShell and Bash shell provides one intelligent command line Interface (CLI) by using their own configuration management tool.
PowerShell is similar to Bash. Mostly commands which are used in bash can be used in PowerShell like 'rm', 'ls', 'cp'.
Both the shell include commands for managing files, navigating directories, and launching other programs.
What is Bash Shell?
Bash Shell is a Unix Shell and command-line language written by Brian Fox and developed by the GNU project. It was first released in 1989. Its version is also available for the Windows 10 operating system and a default user shell in solaris 11. It also runs on any version of the UNIX operating system.
What is PowerShell?
Windows PowerShell is an automated command-line shell and associated scripting language created by Microsoft. It is designed especially for the System administrators and enables them to perform a task on remote and local windows system through full access to COM and WMI.
It was introduced in 2006 with its first version PowerShell 1.0.
PowerShell vs. Bash Shell comparison table
Comparison of Bash vs. PowerShell Commands