This blog post will show how to use PowerShell to create multiple empty files on an operating system (Linux or Windows).
Tables are a great way to organize data in an easy-to-read format. PowerShell can be used to create tables within PowerShell scripts. This article will show various ways of creating PowerShell tables and the code required for each table type.
One of PowerShell’s most powerful features is its ability to split strings. Split strings can be used for a variety of purposes, such as parsing log files and extracting data.
PowerShell is a powerful tool that can be used to automate tasks on your computer. One of the many things it can do is replace text in a string. For example, you might want to update all instances of “dog” with “cat”. It can use regular expressions to find and replace all occurrences of “dog”… Continue reading How to Replace Text in a String Using PowerShell
With PowerShell popularity and fast track feature release and bug fixes, your PowerShell version needs to be updated.
This post will show you how to install PowerShell 7 with Winget on Windows 11. If you are not familiar with it, PowerShell is Microsoft’s task automation framework and scripting language.
This article will show you how to get the creation date of all your Azure Active Directory users using a PowerShell script. This is important for auditing purposes and can be used in other scripts to remove any users that were created after a certain date.
PowerShell is a powerful tool that can be used to automate various tasks on your computer. One of the more popular PowerShell commands that we use Copy-Item, which allows for copying files and folders from one location to another. This article will show you how PowerShell can help you copy any file or folder with… Continue reading How To Copy Files And Folders With PowerShell
Administrators can use PowerShell to stop IIS websites on Windows Server machines. This is much faster than using IIS Manager, which takes longer for the website to completely close down.
This PowerShell post will show how to search and find a file inside a directory with a PowerShell foreach statement.