PowerShell Beautifier is a free module that formats code, making it easier to read and validate. It can also replace aliases & parameters with proper names
This PowerShell script runs a search through subfolders and copies all files to target directory, keeping the original files intact by renaming duplicates
Here’s a handy PowerShell script that automatically rotates browser tabs at desired time intervals. The script is browser independent so it would work with Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Edge, or any other browser your might be using.
In this post we are going to see a few command-line methods to get BIOS Information with PowerShell and CMD. This could be useful if you are looking to update the BIOS and need to know the existing version details.
Here we are going to look at two methods to automatically mute sound when headphones are unplugged from a PC. Volume is unmuted again on reconnecting.
Here’s a tiny PowerShell script to delete all files while maintaining directory structure. This script will work on both files with and without an extension
After coming back from a trip recently, I imported all the photos from my camera to my computer by automatically renaming them using the Exif Data in the format Month-Day-Year-Filename (%m-%d-%Y-%f): 05_17_2018_DSC_5560.NEF. After editing the photos, each NEF file would also have a JPEG and a XMP file. While backing […]
In this post we will see how to copy and move files and folders selectively using PowerShell. We are going to use Copy-Item cmdlet with a few switch parameters for copying files. Similarly, with Move-Item cmdlet, you can use all the examples for moving the desired files.
Create shortcuts to files and folders in Windows from the command-line using Windows PowerShell and Command Prompt.
Learn how to view list of existing partitions in Windows, delete a partition, create a new partition, format partition, and more using Windows PowerShell.