You might find yourself running the same few commands every time you launch PowerShell or the command prompt. Why not save some time and run them automatically on launch?
While Microsoft has released emergency updates to patch Meltdown and Spectre bugs. considering the complexity of the bugs, your Windows system may or may not be fully patched.
The PowerShell and Command Prompt in Windows may look similar at first glance, but there are significant differences between both of them. This article discusses those differences.
Microsoft made it harder to manage updates in Windows 10; there are no options to hide unwanted updates. So, here’s how to hide updates using PowerShell.
In Windows, you can right click and select “Open Command Prompt here”. Here is how you can add another “Open Powershell here” option to the context menu.
It is very tiring to rename a bunch of files one by one. Learn how you can easily batch rename files in Windows.
The graphical interface of Windows Experience Index is no longer available in Windows 8.1, but you can still get the detail from Windows Powershell. Here’s how.
The PowerShell help system is the most useful thing that you ever need to use PowerShell effectively. It provides help for the commands that you are going to use and even allows you to search for the commands to get your work done.