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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
6
comment Quick way to tell if an installed application is 64-bit or 32-bit
@Tom, with Process Explorer you can also do right-click/Properties/Image to see the image type if you don't want to add a column.
Jul
24
awarded  Yearling
Jun
17
answered Set (Many) Programs' Window Size/Position
Jun
17
answered Powershell Get File Shares Into Array
May
23
comment PowerShell ps1 scripts open in Notepad by default, not in PowerShell ISE. Why's that?
Only Microsoft could answer this question.
May
14
revised Powershell LastWriteTime is incorrect
added 2 characters in body
May
14
answered Powershell LastWriteTime is incorrect
May
12
comment Is rm reversible?
Why do you want to do this? If you don't want to permanently delete something, can't you just rename it or move it somewhere?
May
11
accepted How to enable the “United States-International” keyboard layout in Windows 8?
May
1
comment How to Launch an App in an Existing Session
@TwistedTech, why can't you just monitor the state of all the kiosks from one central computer?
Apr
30
comment PowerShell “.count” method causing incorrect processing
The thing in the curly brackets is a script block.
Apr
29
comment Powershell - Uninstalling a List of Programs Taking Too Long
@Tim, can't you do Start-Process -Wait instead of calling cmd.exe?
Apr
28
comment Remove lines with more than 3 words?
@Michael, you're welcome.
Apr
28
comment Remove lines with more than 3 words?
Here's how you could do it in PowerShell: gc in.txt | ? { ($_ -split "\s").Count -le 3 } | sc out.txt
Apr
22
awarded  Caucus
Apr
8
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
2
comment How can I make cygwin commands a priority over built in windows commands?
Can you even run cygwin commands in PowerShell? I though cygwin had its own shell.
Mar
26
comment Adjust Microphone Volume After Launching Application
If you can find out how to do it in .NET (in C#, say), then you can also do it in PowerShell because you can use .NET in PowerShell very easily. That's just a possible lead you may not have investigated yet.
Mar
23
comment I want to read a value from a text file and compare it with a number
That looks like unix shell script. That won't work in PowerShell. PowerShell has its own syntax.