Category Archives: Commands


PowerShell tips – part 023.

You need to run on admin this command:

This script will show if the Hyper-V is enabled or not.

Windows – Windows 8.1 activation settings commands.

Use these commands with administrator privileges. I’m using a licensed Windows 8.1 purchased with my old laptop, and I found these commands useful for information about activation settings:

The last command show all licenses for your Windows.

Windows – fix with SFC using the Windows recovery media.

Most users know how to use the SFC command and in this tutorial, I will show you how to fix it with Windows recovery media. The Windows recovery media can be downloaded from the Windows official website, see the Window 10 download. The System File Checker known as the SFC command can be used on… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 022.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install programs using Scoop under the PowerShell command line or Windows command line. This software named Scoop is a command-line installer for Windows. Open the windows command line and run powershell:

Let’s install and uninstall the vim editor:

If you stay with vim installed,… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 020.

This is a simple example with the PowerShell interface. I used a CSV online tool to generate data and I build this example. You can see you can select and filter the data with this interface. This is the source code I used:

Windows – kalk tool.

This tool named kalk is a powerful command-line calculator app for developers. In addition to the standard functions found in classic calculators, kalk provides several unique features: – Enhanced user experience within the command line: syntax highlighting, completion, brace matching, cursor on error, user-defined keyboard shortcuts… – Vector/matrix types and functions similar to the HLSL… Read More »