GNU ls for Microsoft Windows
ls (also called msls) is a console utility that lists information on Windows files. It is based on the GNU/Linux
ls directory information utility. It displays exhaustive information on Windows files including DACLs/SACLs, integrity levels, reparse points, shortcuts, hard links, symbolic links, hidden streams, encryption, compaction, virtualization, object tracking identifier, and offline status.
Files are shown in different colors based on their type:
An example of the output:
ls uses the native Windows API to get the fastest possible performance. You can view all the files in WindowsSystem32* (several thousand files) over a network LAN in just a few seconds.
ls can be customized to change colors, verbosity, layout, sorting, annotation, and level of detail.
|Windows Server 2008
|Windows Server 2003
Download the source code.
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