Hi. Yesterday I made a funny experiment, while testing a procedure on Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2019.
That peculiar version of Windows is completely GUI-less: no File Explorer, no Computer Management, just plain old CMD prompt and PowerShell. And, of course, the chance to be managed by external tools on clients on the local network, since it is a free hypervisor meant to compete with VMware ESX.
But since I needed a quick way to manage files and programs on that version of Windows, I ended up installing Icaros Desktop and using it as a GUI for the whole system, launching Windows executables with HostBridge and managing files with Magellan.