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This sample shows how you can add some code in your PowerShell profile to change the shell appearance. The following code will give you a dark appearance similar to a Linux or a Matrix look. Add the following code to the top ...

This sample creates a PowerShell function that lists files that are owned by the specified user and optionally match a mask. By default the function will match all users and files in the current directory. ...

Frequently, objects in .NET will use enums in their methods or constructors. Because of this it's important to understand how to reference an enum in PowerShell. Commonly used types like StreamReader, DateTime, and StreamWrit...

Creating .NET objects in PowerShell is fairly straightforward using the New-Object cmdlet, but eventually you might have a situation where you need to create an instance of a nested class which is less obvious. Fortunately, P...

A PowerShell profile is a way to add resources to your session each time you start PowerShell. The most common things to put into a profile include: functions, powershell drives, variables, and importing of modules. Anything ...

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