Linux LS command in Windows

For ages I have been making the mistake of typing 'ls' at a Windows command from my old days learning and mucking around with Linux back in High School.

Typing DIR which is the proper Windows Command Line command for displaying the contents of a folder. But I today asked the question, is there some way of getting 'ls' to work in Windows?

Answer is YES. This made me very happy and may save me sometime from my mistakes.

UTools.com has developed a package call MSLS which performs all the tasks of ls from Linux, only in Windows. Its tops.

Go here:
http://utools.com/msls.asp

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