Calculating checksums are perhaps not the first thing you would think of needing to do in PowerShell. But if you ever are in a situation that you need to calculate a checksum using the CRC32 algorithm, I got you covered with this small function. (more…)
Just a quick tip on how to get and set environment variables using PowerShell, compared to how it is done in DOS. (more…)
If you need to open Windows Explorer from your current location while working in PowerShell, simply use this command: (more…)
If you need to verify a web address, it’s natural to look into Invoke-WebRequest, capturing the results and check the StatusCode if the request was successful. There is just one problem… (more…)
I decided to collect some of my functions intended to be used when working in the PowerShell console into one module.
I’d like to introduce my 4th PowerShell module published to the PowerShell Gallery; Communary.ConsoleExtensions.
Note that the module ‘PowerShellHumanizer‘ (also on the Gallery) are needed for this module! (more…)
If you ever find yourself in a situation where you don’t really know where you are, I got you covered! (more…)