lscommand and the
llalias I usually have setup for
ls -l. You don't have to install any special software. Just create two very simple batch files.
Here are the two files I typically create in the Windows directory. If running Windows 7, you will need to run your editor or command prompt as administrator to create the files.
dir %1 %2 %3 %4 %5
dir /w %1 %2 %3 %4 %5
The extra variables allow you to add extra command line parameters or pass a directory path. Not fancy, but it gets the job done. And, I don't have to think when I need a directory listing.