Would you like to use Bash on Windows 10? Please, take a look at the following post: Bash on Windows – Step by step
Take a look at this post to figure out how to copy a file from a machine to others. PowerShell – How to copy a local file to remote machines
Would you like to learn how to use PowerShell to retrieve logs from Event Viewer? Please, take a look at the following post that uses PowerShell and Regular Expressions for that: Using Regular Expressions and Event Viewer with PowerShell
Would you like to change the prompt of PowerShell or CMD to increase the area available to type the commands? The idea is have something like that: To more details about it, please take moment to read the post Changing the cursor of PowerShell and Command Prompt
Vocês já tiveram a curiosidade de saber como os cmdlets do PowerShell estão implementados? O PowerShell é uma linguagem de desenvolvimento que estende o .NET Framework. Isso significa que seus comandos (cmdlets) são compilados em DLLs gerenciadas (.NET Framework). Assim, é muito fácil fazer uma engenharia reversa para obter o código-fonte. Para maiores detalhes, acesse…
Hello All, Have you ever had the curiosity to know how the PowerShell cmdlets are implemented? PowerShell is built on top of the .NET Framework extending the .NET Framework. That means that its commands (cmdlets) are compiled into managed DLLs (.NET Framework). As result, is pretty easy to make a reverse engineering to get the source-code….