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Development Tools Console Foundations Getting Started with the Console Reading Files

How do you follow along in Windows 10? I was using git bash but less and more doesn't work.

Less and More not working.

4 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,813 Points

You might want to use the provided console environment during the course if you want to be able to follow all the operating system commands as well as the git commands.

Teacher Russell
Teacher Russell
16,873 Points

Are you using the git bash with optional Unix tools? It's an option when you download Git.

You can install Ubuntu on Windows for free! Just open up Microsoft store. It's easy to install and useful to have as a developer using Windows.

I'm using Linux. All worked perfectly well. You should try! There is another program that I would like to mention called nano. nano file.txt

With that you can edit, save, modify, create....