Since Windows 10, there is now a built-in Windows SSH client that is not installed by default, but that can be added as an optional through the settings menu.
An SSH, for secure shell, is an encrypted communication protocol to exchange information between a client and a server such as a CPanel domain server.
Most web servers must be accessed using this protocol for many operations, including system operations such as creating symbolic links on your best cheap web hosting server for example, and run all kind of operations that will help you make money online or at least manage your web hosting better.
It is usually recommended to use SSH protocol through a secure VPN connection to make sure that no information can be stolen on the way.
And that's it! From the Windows PowerShell, you are able to start an SSH session and connection to your SSH server as usual, without having to install any extra application or program, but only using the built-in Windows SSH client.
WIN SSH options and details: type SSH in Windows PowerShell
You can now use the SSH command line from either the Windows PowherShell or the Windows CMD SSH program, both having the same effect now that the Windows SSH client has been installed.
Do not forget to run them as administrator in case of using advanced options.
It is pretty to use the Windows 10 built-in application to use SSH client capabilities right from Windows 10, without having to download and install external programs.
Windows SSH client and server: Settings > Apps > Optional features > Add a feature
Have you been using the Windows PowerShell, did you experience any issue with it? Have you been able to connect via SSH to your favorite best cheap web hosting, were you using a VPN connection? Let us know in comments.
Install the native Windows 10 SSH client PowerShell in few steps