Windows Script is a comprehensive scripting infrastructure for the Windows operating system. Windows Script provides two script engines, Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) and JScript, that can be embedded into Windows-based applications. It also provides an extensive group of supporting technologies that make it easier for script users to script Windows-based applications.
Provides links to information about the Microsoft implementation of the ECMAScript 5th Edition language specification.
Provides links to information about the Microsoft implementation of the ECMAScript 3rd Edition language specification.
Provides links to topics that describe how to use VBScript and provide details about its language elements.
Provides links to sections that describe components of the script runtime.
Provides links to sections that provide information about Windows Script Host.
Provides links to more information about scripting.
Describes an interface that can be used to manage systems, applications, and devices.
Describes directory service interfaces that can be used to manage network resources.
Provides information about several scripting languages.
Provides links to scripts provided by members of the user community.
Provides information about downloadable tools for creating scripts.
Provides an overview of scripting technologies.
Describes the Windows PowerShell command-line shell and scripting language.