Friday Fun – More PowerShell Bingo

For last week's Friday Fun, I posted a PowerShell script to create a traditional Bingo card. I hoped you would also learn a few PowerShell concepts along the way. This week I've taken this to the next level, and have a complete module that not only creates the card but also let's you play the game. … Continue reading

Prof. PowerShell is taking roll

My weekly column that I've been writing for MCPMag.com is now officially Prof. PowerShell. The column's goal is to introduce you to PowerShell and help you get up to speed. I obviously can't teach you everything in a weekly 300 word column, but hopefully it will be enough to get you going and if … Continue reading

PowerShell Blogging

Late last year I had moved my PowerShell blogging to PowerShellCommunity.org.  However, decisions have been made to discontinue the blog module.  Now, all my PowerShell related blogging will be back at blog.sapien.com. Hopefully you already have it in your RSS feed. You can click on the … Continue reading

Explore Your World

This week's Windows Tip Sheet column is about opening an Explorer window from the command prompt. One of my readers sent me an email about using this tip in Vista: I’m currently running Vista and when I type “explorer.exe /e, %cd%” I get the same results as “explorer.exe /e /root, … Continue reading

Safe at any Price?

In my current Windows Tip Sheet column on the popular freeware program nLite, reader Tim from Michigan makes an excellent observation: Have used both nLite and vLite and agree both are excellent tools and have real value. My concern however is what else is the program doing? The program is free and … Continue reading