How to run PowerShell commands on a remote Windows 10 system

Windows 10 has remote access tools. These tools come built-in to the OS and you can also install third-party remote access tools. Remote access is a useful feature but it can also be a security risk if you do not take care how and when it’s enabled, or who you give remote access to. For […]

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Windows PowerShell Commands Cheat Sheet – The Ultimate Guide You Need

If you’re a Windows power user, you probably know and understand how performing various operations on your PC can have more than just one approach and that specialized GUI apps are oftentimes more limiting (and less satisfying, let’s be honest) than inputting commands in a command line manually. There’s just that feeling of satisfaction when […]

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How to show a message box on Windows 10

Apps can show alerts when they need a user’s attention e.g., the ‘Do you want to save changes’ alert you try to close a Notepad file with unsaved changes. They can also show messages e.g. when a file has downloaded or it has been processed. These messages are useful but they don’t have to come […]

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How to create a PowerShell profile on Windows 10

PowerShell, like many command lines, lets you create a profile. The profile allows you to customize the environment that you get when you open it. Out of the box, PowerShell does not have a profile file on Windows 10. This is because the file is basically a script that runs when you open PowerShell and […]

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How to update to PowerShell 7.0 on Windows 10

PowerShell 7.0 is available on the stable release. Windows 10 force-updates users to a lot of things e.g., Chromium Edge but, it will not force update you to PowerShell 7.0, not yet anyway. If you’d like to update to PowerShell 7.0, you can do one of two things; run the installer on its Github page, […]

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