Unix-like commands not working anymore on ROOT on windows

I’m using Windows and I’m now installing ROOT on a second Windows PC and I can’t get it to work properly this time around. I installed Visual Studio 2019, CMake and Python and followed the steps described in the apposite section of this site.
ROOT is indeed installed and mostly works, except for the fact that I can not use Unix-like bash commands like .ls or cd, which are anyway quite essential. If I try to use them I do not get any error message, I just get no output at all.
I tried to install a different version of ROOT, but that didn’t solve the issue. The problem may be caused by a different installation of some of the dependencies, but I can’t quite figure out where the problem lies.

ROOT Version: 6.24.04
Platform: Windows
Compiler: Not Provided

AFAIK, ROOT never provided Unix-like commands on Windows, you must be mistaken. If you want Unix-like commands in the command prompt, you might consider installing something like MSYS…
Cheers, Bertrand.