Windows 10 now includes more Windows native CLI tools. We did this because you asked. It’s common for developers to have muscle memory for these tools and we’re glad to bring them to Windows 10.
OpenSSH-based client and server
OpenSSH is a suite of tools originally created by the OpenBSD Foundation for remote command-line administration, public/private key management, secure file transfers, and more.
The SSH client and key agent are enabled and available by default in this Update, and the SSH server is an optional feature-on-demand. For more information, check out this blog post on the beta we shipped in Fall Creators Update.
Adding these tools was one of the top tooling requests we heard from the community.
Tar and Curl with Windows 10
Tar allows you to create and unpack .tar archive files. The tar format is common in Linux much like zip is common in Windows.
Curl is a feature rich CLI tool for sending and receiving files. It supports a variety of protocols. A simple use case is you can easily make an HTTP request and view the response all from the command line.
Read the announcement blog post for more details.