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PowerShell tips – part 027.

Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) is a graphical host application that enables you to read, write, run, debug, and test scripts and modules in a graphic-assisted environment., see the official webpage. You can start on the command shell with this command:

You can run PowerShell commands in this environment, let’s see the version… Read More »

Windows – ReactOS another Windows O.S.

ReactOS is a free and open-source operating system for amd64/i686 personal computers intended to be binary-compatible with computer programs and device drivers made for Windows Server 2003 and later versions of Windows., read more on Wikipedia. If you have old hardware then this is a good idea to use your Windows applications with ReactOS. The… Read More »

Windows – WinDbg tool.

WinDbg is very useful when you develop software with assembly language. You can install WinDbg using PowerShell by opening PowerShell as an administrator and running this command:

You can download it from the Microsoft store.

PowerShell tips – part 026.

In this article tutorial, I will show you how to use a function from a PowerShell script. Create a script named: Get-NetworkConnectionProcess.ps1. Add this source code to your script:

Use the dot sourcing operator (.) to load the function into your PowerShell session, like this:

The command will load the function and once… Read More »

Google Apps Script – get notification from GitHub account – part 053.

You need to have a GitHub account. Create a new token by following these steps: Go to your GitHub settings. Click on “Developer settings”. Click on “Personal access tokens”. Click on “Generate new token”. Select the scopes you want the token to have (in this case, make sure to select the “notifications” scope). Click on… Read More »