Highlighting words in a Text content or Files in Powershell console

INTRODUCTION :  Hello guys, Today’s blog post is about a quick Function to Highlight a word or a group of words in a content and displaying it on the Powershell console in a visually pleasing way. It can be used for Tracing instances  of words from a log file, highlighting them and grouping same words… Read More Highlighting words in a Text content or Files in Powershell console

Get-Summary : Algorithm in Powershell to summarize Text, Document(s) within a word limit.

INTRODUCTION :  This is a PowerShell script to summarize long text document(s) depending upon your chosen word limit, it utilizes an algorithm which looks for parameters like Important words and Common content to score each sentence in order to generate a summary of the highest scored sentences in sequence of there occurrence in the content. HOW… Read More Get-Summary : Algorithm in Powershell to summarize Text, Document(s) within a word limit.

Powershell Module for Microsoft Cognitive Services

INTRODUCTION : Microsoft Cognitive Services (formerly Project Oxford) are a set of RESTFul web APIs, SDKs and services available to developers to make intelligent, engaging and discoverable applications. Further expanding the evolving portfolio of machine learning APIs with a vision for more personal computing experiences and enhanced productivity aided by systems that increasingly can see, hear, speak,… Read More Powershell Module for Microsoft Cognitive Services

8 Ways To Know The Uptime of a Windows Machine

Understanding when your machine was rebooted may assist you in troubleshooting better in case of any Abrupt shutdown or System Crash and in many other scenarios. You can achieve this with the following ways : 1. Use the Uptime utility in cmd prompt. Download it from this Link , extract and copy the uptime.exe to C:\Windows\System32 folder CMD > type ‘uptime’… Read More 8 Ways To Know The Uptime of a Windows Machine

Powershell : Quick Trick to Multi-Line Commenting and Un-Commenting in ISE

In Powershell Ver 3.0 and above you can comment and un-comment multiple lines in one go, using the below trick. Suppose you have a code and you want to comment all the lines of code starting from Line1 – Line12 like in the below example, obviously you can use Block commenting instead, In which you can… Read More Powershell : Quick Trick to Multi-Line Commenting and Un-Commenting in ISE