The Set-GridLayout cmdlet now accepts [System.Diagnostics.Process] objects as a parameter instead of Process ID’s.
‘-IncludeSource’ switch to add source process in the grid layout
A new ‘Cascade’ layout is available now. Cascade layout sets all application in a step-like layout, such that the next one overlapping the previous one
Ability to define application width ratios in a -Custom Layout. This enables you to define width-ratio of applications in every row, to give the ability to customize application width sizes as per the requirement.
Like, to define a ratio precede the asterisk of that application with a number such as -custom “*2*3*” is 1:2:3… Read More [New Version] Gridify PowerShell Module v0.9.2
Web harvest HTTP Status code information from a website and wrap it in a function which can query these statuses to add more verbosity to my web requests.
On top of that, once I have the HTTP Status codes and their description in a CSV, JSON or XML format, I can repurpose this data in any program/script as desired which is obviously way better than Googling it each and every time when troubleshooting such errors.… Read More Query HTTP Status Code detailed information using Powershell
In order to write less code or to write better one-liners in Powershell, I often find one of these techniques useful, and let me know if you feel the same. Using -OutVariable parameter Variable squeezing Its a shame many of us ( including myself 😉 ) were not aware of this for quite long. Using Tee-Object Cmdlet… Read More 3 ways to Store & Display results in/from a Powershell variable at the same time
When you hit F7 in PowerShell console it brings up a command history dialog box where you can choose and run history items like in the following image But this feature doesn’t work in Powershell ISE or any other script editor. Well to the rescue following is a quick function which uses Out-GridView cmdlet to mimic… Read More Powershell Get-History+
I often see people wondering that some commands/applications launch from Windows Run (Windows Key+R) but when I try them in PowerShell console it throws an error, I know this gets frustrating at times. For example, when I try to run commands like Excel or WinWord my PowerShell console throws errors, but When I launch Notepad it just works… Read More Command discovery in Powerhell with $Env:Path
How about if I can automate sharing Mulitple Random blog posts to twitter, few times a day, without even investing the time I would’ve actually spent doing that manually. Sounds great, right? ( Well, to me 🙂 )… Read More Automating “From the Blog Archives” Tweets using Powershell
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