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PowerShell tips – part 003.

Today I will show you new tips and tricks with powershell. If you want to see more about your operating system information: Get-CimInstance Win32_OperatingSystem | FL * Show your Video Driver version: gwmi win32_VideoController | select DeviceID,Name,DriverVersion | FT * Take infos about your laptop battery: gwmi win32_battery gwmi -Class batterystatus -Namespace root\wmi You can… Read More »

Remove pre-installed Windows 10 applications.

Windows 10 come with pre-installed applications. You may want to uninstall some of this applications. Just press Windows and R keys and write powershell. You can see your powershell command line with this text: Windows PowerShell Copyright (C) 2015 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. PS C:\Users\your_user> I will show you one list with this pre-installed… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 002.

I will come with new examples and tips with Windows 10 PowerShell. Let’s start: List recursive android application from your folder using: Get-ChildItem -Recurse -Filter “*.apk” Calculate the number of archives for gmail attachment limit ( max gmail size 25MB): 132MB / 25MB Lists all of the commands in the current PowerShell session.: Get-Command Show… Read More »

PowerShell tips – part 001.

Some examples and tips with Windows 10 PowerShell. Most of this maybe will working with old versions of Windows but I tested just with Windows 10. Let’s start: See the indication of a denial of service (DoS) attack: netstat -ant | Select-String “SYN_RECEIVED” Last boot uptime: (get-date) – (gcim Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime Scan one for threats /… Read More »

Windows 10 – replace cmd with powershell.

1. Why PowerShell? – since Windows 7 we have a new command-line environment in Windows named PowerShell; – is a much more powerful command-line shell; – the scripting language is more good than the Command Prompt; – is more complicated than the traditional Command Prompt; – uses different commands, known as cmdlets in PowerShell; –… Read More »