Powershell Auto Mute, when headphones are accidently unplugged.

Do you know mobile phones have an inbuilt feature to Auto mute a playing song/music, if by mistake you plug out your earphones from the jack, that prevents your phone to keep playing the music on speakers, which could be quite embarrassing in some surroundings and situations, but unfortunately we don’t have such a feature available on our desktops/laptops 😦
And I was victim of such an embarrassing situation a few days back, So I thought why not to look for a solution available to fix this for me? Really I didn’t care much about finding one but was more interested in making one with Powershell! :)… Read More Powershell Auto Mute, when headphones are accidently unplugged.

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PowerShell : Spell checking and Rectifying Spelling Mistakes

Hello, Today we’ll see how we can use PowerShell to Spell check Strings passed as parameter, to Identify spelling mistakes and Rectify those spelling mistakes. This is possible with help of a  RESTful API Offered by Microsoft, known as Spell Check API , which is part of  Microsoft Project Oxford. If you follow my blog, you must be aware that I’m a… Read More PowerShell : Spell checking and Rectifying Spelling Mistakes

PowerShell : Get Synonyms using Online Thesaurus

Internet is very Powerful ! Lots of online API’s, Tools and Programs are available that will make your life easy. Today in this post I’ll discuss with you how to get Synonyms of a word using an Online Thesaurus API and Powershell. What is a Synonym ? A Synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same… Read More PowerShell : Get Synonyms using Online Thesaurus