Ok, this is just too easy.
I just discovered that Microsoft's newly released PowerShell application has a glaring bug in the *release* version. The 'remove-item' command, that is used to delete files has a '-recurse' parameter that is supposed to make it delete all files in the current directory and all subdirectories. I just discovered that this command (a VERY useful command) is documented to NOT work in their own documentation! In other words, this is a bug they knew about, documented and didn't even bother to fix before releasing it! This damn PowerShell is supposed to replace the built-in command line program in Windows. When it can't even do the basic functionality that the existing command line can do, how the hell is it supposed to replace it???