[New Version] Gridify PowerShell Module v0.9.2

What’s New?

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

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Query HTTP Status Code detailed information using Powershell

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

3 ways to Store & Display results in/from a Powershell variable at the same time

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

Command discovery in Powerhell with $Env:Path

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

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